Executive Functioning Tip #8: Paper Piles

(Tip #8 of the series 15 Tips to Support Your Brain for Good Time Management) Piles of paper haunt many people who have issues with executive functioning. For me, paper management was the last piece of

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Executive Functioning Tip # 7: The Digital Timer – One of My Best Buddies

(Tip #7 of the series 15 Tips to Support Your Brain for Good Time Management) While I’m not a fan of digital clocks, I’m a HUGE fan of digital timers. Since time-challenged folks, like those with ADHD,

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Executive Funtioning Tip #6: View the Future, a Month at a Time

(Tip #6 of the series 15 Tips to Support Your Brain for Good Time Management) Just like we need an analog clock to see the future space of time, we need to be able to look ahead to see our days. The simplest

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Executive Functioning Tip #5: Digital Clocks versus Analog Clocks

(Tip #5 of the series 15 Tips to Support Your Brain for Good Time Management) Today it is hard to imagine that way back around 1982, when the digital clock was hot new technology, people were willing to

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Take the time to…

If I could give one tip to those struggling with their executive functions, it is to take the time to… …Eat Breakfast! Our bodies and our brains rely on the energy we get from food. If we don’t

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Executive Functioning Tip #4: The Analog Watch Versus the Cell Phone

(Tip #4 of the series 15 Tips to Support Your Brain for Good Time Management) I’d been married about six months when my husband told me, “If you ask me what time it is one more time, I’m getting

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Executive Functioning Tip #3: Keep Your Day Plan in Sight

(Tip #2 of the series 15 Tips to Support Your Brain for Good Time Management) The problem with time is that you can’t see it. It is invisible, and this invisible quality is what stumps people with the

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