Lots of things help with ADHD
Some are a little complicated: medications, strategies, tools, coaching, therapy, mindfulness, yoga, education.
They can be extremely helpful.
But there are some basic simple things that help.
- healthy eating
- good sleep
- get outside
I’m going fishing tomorrow. Yea! First time this year. And only a few times last year. I used to go twice a week during the season.
My ADHD snuck up on me. I got into the attitude of “too busy”, “too much to do.” Ugh! I hate that.
- Make getting outdoors – in this case, fishing – a priority.
- Realize and keep reminding myself – that attitude of busy, pressure, is only an attitude. It is not a reality. This can be hard to believe, but it’s true.
- Schedule one task a day, the most important one, and count the day a success when I get it done. I will probably get more done, but one a day will cover seven things in a week. Except:
- I have started taking Sunday off. This is partly religious, but it is also a part of healthy living. Will probably blog on this soon. Probably. So anyway, it’s getting six things done a week.
Personal Note O the Day: Hoping to catch some fish tomorrow, but it’ll be a great day anyway. It’s beautiful out there. But I really do like to catch some.
Ratan Shetty on close to nature clik here
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