Is your to do list never ending? Like you can’t get a single thing done but 50,000 new things are added anyway?
For those of us with ADHD, the to do list is a daily foe that can make us feel powerless. Like you can’t even start a task because your worrying about the 5 other tasks that also need to be done right now. You’re not alone with this and there IS a way to over come it (even with ADHD).
I created the ADHD Productivity Planner because I was tired of my to do list growing like kudzu but never getting done. I was tired of the resources that claimed to be for ADHD but really weren’t. Um, hello? Telling us to “learn how to use a planner” isn’t exactly a helpful tip?!
Yep. Seriously, one of them said that. Insert eye roll and face palm.
I needed something that could help me plan, prioritize, and organize with strategies that actually work. I needed something to help me think through my list, break it down, and get it done.
But I couldn’t find anything that fit what I was looking for. Every resource I’ve come across seemed to be all about working against the ADHD brain. So I made my own!
The ADHD Productivity Planner walks you step by step through the process of identifying your to dos, then prioritizing and organizing them in such a way that your ADHD brain can really dig it. It works with your brain. Not against it.
In it, you’ll find:
- 4 Worksheets to walk you through building, organizing, and prioritizing your list.
- Plus a BONUS worksheet to help you get started!
- 3 Guides to help you with the best tips for getting the most out of the worksheets
- 1 Week Calendar broken down just the way you need it
It starts with the Know Thyself Worksheet that helps you identify the specific ways that your ADHD brain prefers to work. This is really important for setting yourself up to actually get things done.
Then, you go the the Brain Dump worksheet that helps you get all the things swirling through your head and overwhelming you, out on paper. I’ve found this part to be totally necessary in helping reduce the overwhelm of everything.
The organizing and prioritizing worksheets help you take that brain dump and make some sense of the chaos. They walk you step by step through identifying where your priorities lie and figuring out if there are ways to reduce your to do list.
The calendar instructions help you take your priorities and place them in the days and times that you are most likely to do them (and be finished before they are due!)
The task breakdown worksheet helps you take the overwhelm out of getting started on any given task. One of the biggest reasons those of us with ADHD have a hard time getting started is in the way our brains tend to see and approach the task. The task breakdown worksheet helps you overcome that challenge and get started conquering that to do list!
If you’re tired of your overwhelming to do list and ready for a road map to help you conquer that sucker, the Productivity Planner is for you. It’s created BY an ADHD Brain FOR ADHD Brains. To help you get back on track.
Don’t miss out!