How I spend my time; a typical 24 hours:
Screwing around on the computer. 2.5 hours
Looking for my cell phone, repeatedly. 1.5 hours
Looking for my glasses. .5
Looking for something else that I just had in my hand. .75 hours
Asking my wife to find the thing that I couldn’t find, several times. 1 hour
Doing something important that I needed to spend 4 hours on. 1 hour
Doing something that came up unexpectedly and screwed up my whole schedule. 2 hours
Piddling, accomplishing nothing. 2 hours
Normal basic activities of life. 2 hours
Time I cannot account for; God only knows where it went. 3- 6 hours
Novel Idea of the Day:
There are many different kinds of time, for example, regular time, ADHD time, and New Mexico Time.
Quote O the Day:
Time is a booger.
Quiz O the Day:
What does mañana mean in Santa Fe?
#ADHD, @addstrategies, @adhdstrategies, @dougmkpdp
Answer: No, in Santa Fe, mañana does not mean tomorrow. It means ” not today.”
Possibly one of the best/most true posts you’ve done Doug! 😊
ken – thank you. glad you liked it.
and as always, thank you for commenting
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Thanks Doug! I have not read your tips for a long while and I don’t know why. Something told me to open this email and I am happy that I did. My next step is to go back and reread your book, which was very helpful the first time around over three maybe four or five years ago, and then I fell off the horse. Time for me to get back on. Cheers, Benjamin
On Thu, Jul 9, 2020 at 3:03 PM ADDadultstrategies wrote:
> doug with ADHD posted: “How I spend my time; a typical 24 hours: Screwing > around on the computer. 2.5 hours Sleeping? > ??? Looking for my cell phone, > repeatedly. 1.5 hours Looking for my ” >
bj – welcome back! my first principle of human behavior is – if we struggle and struggle with a problem, and finally find a solution, the next thing we do is to stop using the solution. does that fit? I do it all the time.
glad the book is helpful to you
thank you for commenting, it’s a contribution to the tribe