Although ADHD can be a challenge, there are more options to help with your struggle than ever before.
Our Neurocognitive Excellence team would love to magically make your ADHD disappear. Although that’s not possible, we’re passionate about offering tools that will allow you to better cope and thrive with your diagnosis.
We all have challenges in our lives to overcome. Your ADHD doesn’t have to define you and you can emerge a stronger person as a result.
We know that you have huge potential. That’s why we’re excited to share some productivity apps with you that can help you achieve even more!
Apps that Can Remind You
Feeling forgetful? Here are some apps that do a great job of prompting you when you need that extra reminder.
Remember the Milk is an example of an app that can provide reminders for any task you need to complete. Those notices can go with you wherever you go.
You also can share tasks with others who will be helping you complete them. Or, the reminders can be sent to a friend who cares and wants to see you succeed.
Along with this, the app can be synced to all of your devices, streamlining the process.
One of the great things about Remember the Milk is that it’s free to use.
Apps that Limit Internet Use
Surfing the web can be a time-wasting landmine, especially if you experience ADHD. Left unchecked, web usage can really cause your productivity to decline.
Hours can sometimes be wasted on the web without you even realizing it. All of a sudden, your day is nearly gone and you didn’t accomplish close to what you wanted to. There are some apps that can assist you with this, as well.
One of the more common ones is RescueTime. This app allows you stay on task not so much by keeping you from forgetting things. It enables you to stay away from time-wasters.
If you’re a social media, news or sports junky with ADHD, for instance, this app will allow you to find the proper balance in life.
SelfControl is another app to consider. It blocks sites that eat up too much of your time, making you happier and more productive in the long run. The app is free to use and allows you to block specific sites for the amount of time that you prefer.
Looking for more thoughts on apps to help with your ADHD? You can check out additudemag for more info.
Do what works for you. That’s the most important thing.
If you prefer to write physical to-do lists or set alarm clocks and it’s effective, then that’s great.
If things aren’t working, though, it’s the perfect time try something new.
Are you personally struggling with ADHD and productivity? Counseling with our Neurocognitive Excellence team can make a big difference. We also offer life coaching which is sometimes just what’s needed.