Experts on ADHD acknowledge that using a planner is one the most effective tools to manage ADHD and reduce stress and anxiety. But which planner to choose? With so many things to consider, many people with ADHD easily get overwhelmed and end up choosing a planner for the wrong reasons – looking at aesthetics rather than functionality. Eventually, those planners end up in a pile of stuff, cluttering their space.
Planners act like our external hard drive, helping us offload our busy brain of things to remember. Have a deadline to submit an application or an appointment for a job interview? Have a new habit you want to build? Have some long term goals you want to reach? Don’t rely on a glitchy memory to remind you.
- Learn how to plan your day, week, month & year.
- Utilize the Planner Pad features and practices to boost productivity.
- Recognize essentials tasks from wants and how to prioritize them.
Who: Nathalie Pedicelli
With over 25 years organizing people, events and places, Nathalie Pedicelli has been a speaker at international conferences, that provide training for professional organizers, life coaches, health care practitioners and the general public. Her talks focus on how organization and coaching help people with ADHD live less stressful and more productive lives. She uses a holistic approach to help her clients tame the chaos at work and at home. Diagnosed with ADHD at age 44, she encourages her clients to adapt their environment to the ADHD way of thinking and doing things. She is now the first ADHD Organizer Coach in Canada. When she’s not organizing or coaching, she can be found in her garden or outdoors in nature.