I’m not talking about honesty as the reverse of lies, I’m talking about honesty as the reality of my life. I filmed a video about the reality of what my week looks like after I’ve actually planned it.
I’m not the only one who struggles to keep track of time. I’ve become very aware of this recently as I started to become involved with some ADHD communities and today I want to share some of the ways in which I try to keep track of time and not lose it looking at YouTube videos all day.
Today, we’re talking about your daily routine. Preferably your natural routine, but just the one you’re using right now works too.
The new school year is coming up soon and I know that kids, students and adults alike will be thinking about how to make the best of the new year. This is hard enough when your brain works largely like what society expects it to work like, but if you have ADHD, autism or other brain differences, this can be even harder.
I’ve had some crazy weeks the last couple of weeks (I had 3 book releases in 3 weeks, which is not something I should have done, but time management and guessing how much time I’d need for things was a little off), but, there have been a couple of things that really helped me out… Continue reading Tips For Planning and Productivity For People Who Are Easily Distracted
So, today is World Autism Awareness Day and for that occasion I wanted to write a little about my own autism and how it influences my daily life. I’ve talked a little about it on my blog before, but today I want it to be my whole focus. This is not just about awareness, but about showing how autism influences all of us differently, my autism is not someone else’s autism.
It’s been a month and a half since I moved into my Hobonichi, and I’m totally in love with it still. Today I’d like to share how I use the weekly view, the daily planning, but also, what my week generally looks like, from a day-to-day base. I’m an author and I work from home. So, this is both a little look into my Hobonichi and a little bit of a look into my life.