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THE FREE KIT

The ADHD Business & Life Blog

By Mindflows

December 9, 2021
The 6 planners I started using when I found out I have ADHD

Over a year ago, when I was (re)diagnosed with ADHD, I had to make some major changes in my life. I did a lot of inner work but also spent a lot of my time focusing on being more productive and organized. As I researched, I learned why typical systems of planning and organizing did […]

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February 1, 2023
Even More Inside The ADHD Rescue Kit

The reason I created the Dopamine Boost and Adhd Offense Maneuver Menus is because I struggled to do the things I needed to do to manage my emotions. I believe this is so important to our well being, but I'd always forget and end up doing the wrong things or nothing at all.   It was […]

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January 23, 2023
Applying The Four Laws Of Behavior Change To Mindflows

Earlier this week my husband shared his notes from "Atomic Habits" with me, which he read in 2021 and still loves.  And because I liked what he was saying and have heard a lot of ADHD'ers rave about it too, I decided to read it. So far, there's a lot I like, but there's something […]

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December 19, 2022
5 Strategies that helped me be more productive with ADHD

I am always struggling to be more productive and am constantly experimenting with different strategies. A regular person might find one that works and then stick with it for months, years, or even their whole life (gasp!). But, if you're anything like me, a great strategy may only be suitable for a very specific situation […]

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August 4, 2022
5 reasons ADHD'ers struggle with daily planners

After buying tons of daily planners over the years I completely gave up on them. They just didn't work for me. And if I'm honest, they stressed me out more than helped! Unfortunately, winging it everyday wasn’t working either. When I started to learn about ADHD brain science, that's when I started to understand why. […]

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June 10, 2022
3 Planner Design Mistakes That Make Things Harder For ADHD'ers

A lot of chatter revolves around the idea that ADHDers shouldn't do things in the same way neurotypicals would. Most of the time, I agree, but I don't always see a clear explanation of what we should do instead. There are a ton of things I could talk about in relation to that. But, in […]

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June 10, 2022
Can an ADHD'er Be TOO Structured To Be Productive?

Basically, yes. It's a bit complicated though. Seeing as everything related to Executive Function is tough for us, structure is crucial. It's just that finding the right balance can be really hard! Since this is something I experienced first-hand today, I wanted to dig into it. So, if you do to, please join me for […]

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May 10, 2022
3 Weekly Planner Sections That Are Useful for People With ADHD

Living with ADHD presents constant challenges, as we are always looking for ways to accomplish all of the things we want and need to do. We often experience anxiety as a result of this. Because of that, I want to share some of the things I keep in my weekly planner to help me stay […]

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March 10, 2022
An Alternative Approach For ADHD'ers Who Don't Like All-In-One Planners

know this is an unpopular opinion, and I totally get the allure of all-in-ones, but let me explain... When I tried to use an all-in-one, I felt even more overwhelmed. There was just too much to take in and the more I tried, the harder it got. If you feel the same way, this is […]

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February 10, 2022
How to beat the "getting started paralysis" that so many ADHD'ers experience

A lot of the time, I'd rather grab a cookie (or ten), look at Instagram, or sweep the floor I just swept an hour ago instead of doing what I need to do. Arrgh. It's been said that chunking helps in situations like this. And it does work - because even doing a little gets […]

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February 8, 2022
ADHD, Overwhelm And The Power Planner Design

Does anyone else find that some websites or spaces make it hard for you to feel still, calm, and focused? Intellectually, you may appreciate a space. But even if you can't verbalize it, I bet you've experienced those spaces or websites that affect your ability to focus or think clearly. Design Tips For ADHD Here's […]

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