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8 Paper Planners That Will Change Your Life

“Many ADDitude readers like Time Timers and old-fashioned Moleskin calendars. What products or apps do you use to manage your time?”When we asked this question in a survey completed by 1,342 ADDitude readers last month, the answer came back loud and clear: We like paper planners.

No, we love them. And no single app on the market can replace that gratifying feeling of writing down a task or appointment, assigning it a deadline, and then physically crossing it off.Something inside the ADHD brain lights up when we put pen to paper — that much we can (mostly) agree on.

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Back to School: Readers Choice

“Many ADDitude readers like Time Timers and old-fashioned Moleskin calendars. What products or apps do you use to manage your time?”When we asked this question in a survey completed by 1,342 ADDitude readers last month, the answer came back loud and clear: We like paper planners.
school organization and productivity.From email hacks to best practices for digital filing, here are the secrets your students need to know for making the most out of everyday digital tools.Digital organization is critical — and best started early in the academic year. The following steps may seem obvious, but explicit instruction helps students visualize how they can best manage the piles of digital files they create and receive in a given school year.Young students should use a comparable, single-binder system for school, with folders for each subject to organize paper materials.

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