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Q: How Do I Prioritize Tasks and Chores on My To-Do List?

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A: After more than 25 years of working with clients with ADHD, one of the most common questions I get is: “What is the best planner to use to manage my ADHD?” For years, I pondered this and tried a variety of planners myself — paper and digital — to see how I should advise my clients.Early on, I learned that there is no single “best” planner; everyone’s needs are different.

But that answer didn’t appease most who asked. I thought some more and then the answer came to me. It involves something I’ve been doing for the last five years or so, and it works well for me.I used to look around my house and tremble, seeing the things that needed my attention, not knowing how to prioritize or where to start.

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