If there’s one thing that’s consistent in all the inconsistency with ADHD, it’s that it affects everyone differently. However, once you begin to identify in yourself and with the help of a licensed professional, you can begin to find new ways of doing things to lessen your struggle with ADHD. Let’s start by tackling a frequently experienced effect of ADHD, trouble keeping track of hectic schedules (often self-inflicted due to ever-changing hyperfixations). You might even be one of those people that has a dozen, barely-broken-in planners lying around the house. But then you miss a day, then two, then three, and suddenly, the whole planner goes out the window until you get inspired to buy another.
Luckily, there’s an app to help with that. TaskTree by RadCollab is an application that helps manage your to-do lists. You can sort events and tasks by date, time, or even by icon. The creators actually have ADHD and made something that works for them and might even work for your ADHD brain too! It’s free. See if it works for you (it’ll take up less shelf space than another planner)!
Have more questions or need more help? Schedule an appointment with Dr. Chan at Lotus Health to start receiving personalized healthcare tailored to your individual health needs!