Category Archives for Time Management

In celebration the release of our upcoming Seeing My Time® planner this Sunday, November 12th, I created a free webinar called How to Choose the Right Planner for You. The goal of this webinar is to help

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How Does Your Brain See Time?

One of my newest clients seeking help for executive function deficits is a delightful gentleman somewhere in his 60’s. He specifically wanted help with planning. He shared that his wife of many years

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Adults Need Help Too | Some Big News!

I got into this whole world of executive functions because of my own brain’s challenges. The origins of Seeing My Time started with developing a different way to think about the relationship between

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How to Make a Plan

Of all the executive functions, planning can be the most challenging for kids. That’s because their brains have often not yet developed the ability to manage future thinking. Teachers and parents

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How Planning Can Help You to be More Spontaneous

Ahh, summer…a time to let go of executive functions, let your hair down, and be spontaneous – right? Well, not necessarily. Summer might end before you get around to having fun. I have an ADHD

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Free Web Event: Creating Unstoppable Teens

I’m thrilled to be participating in a virtual interview series called Creating Unstoppable Teens. The event will be held online, June 14 – 24, 2017. This is a FREE event for parents, geared

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A Tip for Finding Time

All of us have too much to do and too little time to do it! Our brain’s executive function system is overloaded with things to accomplish. We complain that we just don’t have the time for those non-essential

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The Stress of a Brain Without Internal Time

During my recent trip to the LDA conference, I experienced an unexpected challenge for my executive functioning. I was in my hotel room in Baltimore the night before the event. It had been a LONG day of

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A Secret to Reaching Goals

In January many of us set lofty goals for the new year. Then life (and/or our executive function deficits) stop us in our tracks. What halts many of us is the brain’s challenge with planning the time

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Upcoming Presentation: LDA International Conference

I am honored to be a speaker at the upcoming Learning Disabilities of America International conference in Baltimore, MD next month. The event runs from February 16th – 19th, 2017. There are wonderful keynote

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