Time Management: recent publications

“Q: What Are the Best Planners for ADHD Brains? Paper or Digital?”

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Time Management: Readers Choice

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The Spoon Theory posits that individuals start each day with a certain amount of energy — or number of spoons — that daily tasks and activities deplete.As you might imagine, those living with chronic conditions have fewer spoons than do their neurotypical counterparts. What’s more, tasks and activities require more spoons from neurodiverse brains, leading to daily spoon shortages (or acute fatigue).

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