Category Archives for Time Management

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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Our 2017 Top Picks for Planners

Finding the perfect planner is incredibly important to support good executive functioning, but it can also take a lot of trial and error! I personally use a daily printed sheet that I created. I share

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Thankful for Inspiration

In the six years since I first published the Seeing My Time workbook, my work with executive functions has taken me to so many places. Recently I was on the road at 6:30 AM driving to the Albany, New

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Upcoming Workshop in NYC – Building Executive Function Skills: Time Management, Planning and Organization

I was recently asked to prepare a full day workshop in Glosterville, New York for a wonderful organization called Transitions. This program does fabulous work in their community, preparing teens and young

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Using Time Management to Strengthen Your Values

I just finished up the summer class for the Teaching the Seeing My Time Program. I love teaching this course and I’m always a little sad when it is over. Such wonderful people gather together to

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New Class for Educators, Launching Now!

Do you have students struggling because of deficits in executive functions? Do you only vaguely understand what that means?  Are you looking for tools to help your students manage papers, and turn work

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50 Tips to Help Student’s Succeed Book Review

This week, I received a great review of the 50 Tips to Help Students Succeed book, and I just had to share!  The folks at The Old Schoolhouse Family Education Magazine provide support and resources

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What’s New for EFS?

Our mission is to end the pain caused by poor executive functioning skills. One person at a time, we have been improving lives. That is wonderful, but we need to reach more people, faster. So Marydee is

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Starting the Year with Purpose and a Tidy Planner

I sat down today to reorganize my planner binder for the new year. I am always trying to simplify what I carry around, so it’s getting lighter and lighter. Here is what is in my binder now: 1. My

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How Does it Feel to Have Executive Functioning Deficits?

A parent asked me to describe what it “feels” like to have executive functioning deficits. Let me tell you—it is not pleasant. One can be ridiculed, nagged, upbraided, labeled with different “disorders”

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