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How many task lists do you have right now? Be sure to include the apps, web tools, paper lists, sticky notes, and all the other things not called “task list” but which you’ve got “to do” items on them. This is a common ADHD struggle and if you don’t overhaul it, we both know what will happen. Here’s how to fix your task list nightmare.
In ep. 34 we talked about capturing the commitments we make so we don’t drop the ball on them. In this episode, we talk about making realistic commitments to begin with. Why is it that ADHD brains struggle with being realistic? And what can we do?
Do you bill for time? Does your employer need accurate reporting about how much time you spent on which tasks throughout your day? If so, you know what a nightmare this can be for those of us with ADHD. In this episode: all about tracking time for people with ADHD.
ADHD is all about brain stimulation. Usually we’re overstimulated or understimulated, either of which can lead to problems. Today we talk about how to find that sweet spot!
What happens to those commitments you make? Do you reliably remember & follow up on them? Today we talk about a HUGELY important need for those of us with ADHD: how to capture your commitments so they don’t get missed!
We're excited to announce the launch of our second season! Kick Some ADHD Season 2 premieres on Monday, February 1, 2021. We've got some great episodes already lined up for you that cover a range of topics including: how to capture commitments so they don't catch you...
Have you ever wondered what it was really like to live with ADHD? Do you have ADHD and wish you could help other people see what it’s like? In this episode, we set out to do exactly that — give people who don’t have ADHD themselves a little better understanding of what it’s really like.
What are the signs that your ADHD medication is working? Are you on the optimal dose? How would you know? We talk about these and tons of other questions about ADHD medication in this episode!
Smartphone addiction is rampant in today’s world. For people with ADHD, however, the dopamine hits that are so readily available from our devices and apps are even more irresistible. In this episode we have an honest conversation about what this might be costing us… and what we can do about it.
Predominantly inattentive, predominantly hyperactive-impulsive, or combined? Do these ‘types’ of ADHD serve a useful purpose? We discuss that & more in this episode!