ADHD adults are visual people. Color coding your environment has a positive effect on you noticing, remembering, organizing and generally being more effective both at work and at home.
This is all very impressive. However it gets 100 times more impressive when you learn that that this school was a school for the blind. Did you get goose bumps when you read that? I know I did.
This goes to show how important colour is, even in situations when you think it wouldn’t matter.
Here are a few ideas to colour code your life.
Colour code your to-do list.
Colour code your files
Colour code your keys
Post it notes
Organizing baskets and containers
Colour coding your environment doesn’t take long -it can even fun – but you will really notice huge benefits in clarity of your mind, increased focus and memory.
Colors and ADHD: How Color Coding Can Make Your Life Easier
Posted on April 9, 2014 Written by 6 Comments