I want to take time to say thank you to whoever has read my blog over the past 26 months. So far I have discussed all types of time management techniques that I have found helpful to maximize the use of my time and to make time for purpose. So far the direction of this blog has been focused on various aspects of time management, but did not have a central theme. Now I intend to take to take this blog and everything else with Time is Me to a new focus. The focus will be focused on how to manage your time when you have ADHD. As I mentioned in my previous post and a few posts prior to this, I have overcome many time management/productivity struggles while struggling with ADHD. As a child, I did not have the ability to think ahead and just wanted to do what I wanted to do. There are many methods that I have mentioned over the past two years that have I employed to overcome my struggle with ADHD. I would also want to add that we are all different. What worked for me may not work for you. I understand that and would like to invite as much as feedback as possible regarding how you get your maximum productivity. There are several factors that come into play for each of us and for what works best for you.
Looking ahead, here are some topics that I intend to cover regarding my productivity journey with ADHD.
How important having some kind of schedule is. Whether this was a datebook that I brought everywhere, a schedule on a pocket PC, various apps that sync across devices, etc.
Why tracking time is important to knowing where you actually spend time. Especially when you have ADHD, this is not something that is natural to you so that way you will be unaware of where your time is going. Even when you do track your time, there may still be surprises in store for you just like they are for me quite frequently.
Why it’s OK to switch methods. Especially if you have ADHD, you may not have difficulty sticking to one thing. I have switched method countless times and will continue to switch to whatever works best.
I will share plenty of more concepts and ideas as well as personal experience. Also, don’t feel that you have to have ADHD to continue to get value out of this blog. I would like to reiterate that any topic suggestions are welcome. I look forward to hearing more from you and thank you for reading.