treating adults deadlines Fall 2014 Issue of ADDitude Magazine

Overbooked? Rushed? Tired? 10 Ways to End All That

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I don’t have to tell you that those of us with ADHD have a different sense of time than do most people. For us, there are two times: now and not now.For some people, planning comes naturally; for people with ADHD, it is an acquired skill.

We must train ourselves to realize that the future will work out much better for us if we prepare for it instead of wing it.

Here are 10 tips I’ve used over the years to do just that.1. Decide which time tricks have worked for you in the past — and which have failed — to help you manage time, plan, and avoid the peril of procrastination.

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