I changed my schedule. And Oh, my!
Pills, pills, and more pills.
Kegl exercises (don’t ask).
Breakfast and read paper.
And so my day is begun –
Change of schedule
But recently I realized that I feel better if I eat breakfast earlier. But that changed everything, and I’m forgetting to do things, forgetting to brush my teeth, forgetting quiet time, etc.
Forgetting to brush my teeth!?!
Can’t anything be counted on?
I need structure.
See recent post, # 519.
I made out a new schedule and put it on a whiteboard next to my computer. It will eventually become habit and I won’t have to think about it. Thank God.
bonus links to posts on structure:
structure and schedule
and yet another
and one more– an older one
isn’t that enough already?
Things will get better!
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I learned I have ADHD at age 64, and then wrote two ADHD books for adults, focusing on strategies for making your life better. I just published my first novel, Alma Means Soul.
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Katy – that’s what i’m talking about!
does anyone know a way to speed up the readjusting process?
Thank you for commenting.
Yup – when I change a routine, everything else falls apart and it takes weeks to months to get back in the groove again. Drives me bonkers.