Ah yes. The life of someone with attention management difficulties. XD
(I don’t like calling it attention “deficit” …maybe-disorder. It’s not an issue with lack of attention so much as attention behaving differently than in the average person. There’s also a good chance it’s a normal variation – a different set of strengths and weaknesses than the average person, so each general category can cover things the other one misses. =3
I understand that it also comes with things like having difficulty with working memory, not knowing where to start when you have a lot of things to do, and having something of a poor relationship with time. XD; Some of the downsides…)
Always relatable Matt.
Imagine if all our electronic devices left us? How did we do that?
This is why I love my Nintendo Switch.
7 year old home alone with a switch
The best thing to do is make a list and cross off things as you do them. Then reward yourself with a game or two. Is this what I do?? Heck, No! Those games call you ~ and who can’t use a new outfit?? I remember I used to get a lot more done BC ~ Before Computers. And now that I’m retired………..
Which is best in your viewpoint? Hardest or Easiest Task First
It looks like he’s wasting time, but he’s not. When your mind screams “TAKE A BREAK”, it’s because it needs to rest. Housework never goes away. When he’s rested, he can tackle it. This is good self care.
I can so relate to this.
Playing games always makes me lose track of time :)
I’m guessing I’m the only one who can’t relate to this
“How to free your schedule”Does anyone besides me do just this, then randomly stop in the middle of a game to finally get started on those other things? (having now lost sight of half of them! See once you forget half of them, it is easier to get started!)
This is me