ADD, ADHD and Executive Functioning Tip: Keeping a Journal

ID-10090196Keeping a journal helps us better understand our ADD, ADHD and Executive Functioning needs.

Let me give you an example from my life. A few years ago, I was going through some not-so-good times. I became overwhelmed and was on information overload. This impacted me in several different ways. I decided to start getting things down on paper. It helped me see the bigger picture and prioritize things. When I tried to process everything in my head, I was stuck in the mud.

For us folks with ADHD, being overloaded emotionally isn’t helpful. Prioritizing things in our heads can also be challenging. By getting things down on paper, it helps make this process smoother.

For more information on my ADD, ADHD and Executive Functioning coaching, please visit www.adhdcoachchicago.com. To learn more information about some of the other services I provide, please visit www.carrolleducationalgroup.com and www.iepexperts.com. I can be found on Twitter at ADHDEFCoach. You can also find me on Facebook and Tumblr. My good friend and fellow ADD/ADHD Coach Tara McGillicuddy invites me as a regular guest on ADD/ADHD Support Talk Radio. Tara does many wonderful things and you should check out her website here. Feel free to email me at jonathan@adhdefcoach.com or call 773.888.ADHD (2343) with any additional questions.

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