Sam shares a some things that helped.
If you know anything about ADHD, you know that the tools we use to keep our brains on track get a little less… shiny overtime. When I created my first ADHD survival guide, I knew that it wouldn’t be my last, because as ADHDers, we have to upgrade our systems on a regular basis.
Of course, what I didn’t expect was that a global pandemic would bring every ADHDer I know to their knees.
Many of us began working remotely, which surely has advantages, but also happens to be the place we’re most likely to get distracted. And being confined to our homes has complicated the ways we typically separate work, play, and rest. These are new challenges even for The Neurotypicals™, but for the neurodivergent among us, this is operating on hard mode.
For me personally, I hit a wall this past year known as “ADHD burnout.” When…
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