Follow up from homey (slightly edited):
“If it’s bothering you enough to want to change it” is a big one. I have a family member who doesn’t write anything down and she frequently gets herself in BIG trouble. We both came to the conclusion that those situations just didn’t bother her enough to change how she does things. I, on the other hand, couldn’t live that way and took steps to prevent those kinds of things.
I have a planner, a phone and a purse I take with me pretty much everywhere. I don’t have to think about it – I just always grab those 3 things. I need them. They make my life work better. When I’m home, I have my cell phone in one of a couple of locations. I have my purse either hanging on the hook by the front door or sitting on my desk chair. I have my planner wherever I am – usually on the kitchen table, my desk or the table next to the couch. I always know where they are. Some women combine their wallet and their planner. Then they can skip the purse if they want to.
You could have a central location in your house where you kept all your “stuff”. Then when you needed it, you went to that location.
Women’s symptoms of ADD ADHD get worse after puberty.
I didn’t know this. What do you think? from jeg
ADD test for women from jeg
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