Poor time management can have a huge impact on your productivity. The key is to develop a routine that will allow you to work more efficiently and make the best use of your time. By having a routine in place you can avoid wasting unnecessary time trying to continuously plan out the day ahead and just get on with your work instead. Find out how you can create an effective routine at http://www.activia.co.uk/blog/how-to-stop-wasting-time
ADHD and Executive Functioning Weekly HOMEWORK Planner
Kids and adults with ADHD or executive functioning struggles have difficulty with memory, planning, organizing, time management, and goal directed persistence. These are all important skills to be successful in school, as well as later in the workplace.
My morning routine is something that I have been developing over the last couple years and is influenced by countless books, articles, friends, and more. My goal with it is to create as many good habits that will set me up for success in areas of my life as possible. I know from experience that if I don’t create a daily habit out of something (reading the Word, exercising, etc) my frequency of doing it goes WAY down. I suspect it is like this for most others too, but it definitely is for me.