For E, we talked about Executive Functioning and Tom Brown’s six clusters of Executive Functioning. His second cluster is Focus and is specified as “Focusing, sustaining and shifting attention to task”. This seems quite straight-forward, but let’s delve into it a little deeper.
Of course, the day I go off the rails is the day I wanted to talk about executive functioning… Executive Functioning is the ability to predict what is going to happen, to plan ahead but also to be able to change things in your plans depending on what is happening around you.
I often tend to go off on tangents, both in text, but also in my life, especially when I’m working and find a rabbit hole of things I’m going to be doing or supposed to be doing.
The Holidailies are a holiday celebration event, and I did set up the Christmas tree last night… So, today’s word is Christmas Tree, yes, two words, don’t care…
This blog post goes together with the video on my new Youtube Channel, Easily Distracted Planner. This channel is made because I hoped to not only share my thoughts and tips in text, but also in video. Firstly, this is because I realise that I may be an ADHD brain who prefers reading things (easier… Continue reading Timeblocking for ADHD
Bed. Wait, what? Well, yeah. We all have to sleep at night, well hopefully at night… But something I see often with other people who have ADHD is that we don’t go to bed on time but also that we then don’t go to sleep on time.
This year, for the Holidailies event, I’ll be making an alphabetical list of ADHD related things. This year, I’m focusing on writing 500 words per post (very ADHD friendly) and to go through the whole of the alphabet.