How to Be On Time Every Time When You Have ADHD

Today’s video is all about how make sure you are on time every time for all your appointments.

In it, you will learn how to overcome the common pit falls of managing your day, what tools to use, and how best to use them!


What is your biggest ADHD time management challenge? leave me a note in the comment section!



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  1. Lori Hammer says:

    Hi Jacqueline,
    Thank you for all you do……couple of things I do: If the appointment/event is somewhere I have not been, then I get the directions, print them out and put them with my agenda. I also include the phone number just in case I do have to call from the road. I will also set the destination up with Siri on my iPhone and she will talk me through the ride so I don’t have to look at the paper directions. I also prep the night before and have in the car anything that I may need for the event/appointment. If there is anything last minute that cannot go in the car overnight and is not in my direct line of sight out the door, I use a post it note on the door to remind myself.

    • Hi Lori!
      What wonderful ideas and suggestions. Love that you print the direction ahead of time and prepare the night before. Its so help to feel organized and arrive on time. Thanks for sharing your strategies!!

  2. One other thing I’ve learned to do – in my calendar (you call it “agenda”) I put an appointment for the time I should leave and the time I should start getting ready to leave! Example: appointment downtown at 10:00 a.m.; allow 15 minutes to stop whatever I’m doing and find my coat do get-out-the-door things; half an hour for travel and 15 minutes for parking. That means I’ll put in my calendar 9:00 “get ready to leave” and 9:15 “out the door for appt.”

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