ADHD and To Do Lists?
Some people have graduated from to do lists. God bless ’em! I don’t know how they do it. I can’t function without to do lists. The long list. The short list. The list of five. Sometimes the list of three and sometimes even the list of one.
But some people say that lists don’t work for them. It’s my belief that they don’t have the right strategies for using them or else they would work.
So here’s the short course, To Do Lists 101:
Lists don’t work with ADHD if you don’t know how to use them
ADHD Ramblings O the Day:
As you can see, there is are a lot of posts about lists on the net. There are a lot of different strategies and of course a lot of opinions. The general consensus is that to do lists are essential with ADHD. Of course, not every one agrees with the consensus. Everyone is different.
I experimented with the fotos and facebook. Made a mess of my facebook page. Finally got one to work, using one of my favorite fotos, of the little ballerinas. Now I can’t figure out how I did it.
I’m finally trying out some apps in spite of being severely technologically challenged.
Having lots of fun with Note (thank you Martha B)