I’m so glad you’re here!
Let me tell you a little bit about myself.
First, I’m a nerd and I love all things related to planning my time and managing my time. I also geek out over planners, pens, and anything related to paper. And yes, I’m a little bit particular about the kind of paper and pens I like.
What you need to know is that I have Attention Deficit Disorder.
One of the things that people don’t know about us is that we have a lot of trouble managing our time. We get distracted, we lose track of time, we underestimate how long something will take, and we put too many things on our to-do list for the day.
We also have a lot of trouble prioritizing.
So Then Why Should You Listen to Me?
Well, I’ve spent a long time – years – learning to get better at managing my time. I got tired of being late, of missing things, of rushing around. I wanted some sanity in my life. Plus, when you’re always looking forward, trying to anticipate what’s coming next and wondering if you’re ready for it, you miss out on what’s happening here and now.
I’ve spent a lot of my life learning about time management and productivity for that very reason. I actually enjoy it.
In 2000 I became an ADD Coach. I spent many years working privately with clients helping them manage their time as well as their ADD symptoms. I also worked in the Learning Assistance Center at Schoolcraft College in Livonia, MI for many years. Again, working with students on time management skills, as well as other things.
Remember This One Thing
If you never read another word on this blog, please read this and remember it.
In 2017, my 29 year old daughter died unexpectedly. She had been married just 14 months.
I can’t tell you the heartbreak that comes with losing a child. I would give anything to have more time with her, and I feel like I never had enough.
But what I want you to know is this:
Life is too short to spend on things like crossing items off of your to-do list and making sure the house is spotless. I want to teach you how to get the necessary things done as efficiently as possible so that you have time left for what really matters: you, your loved ones, and living an enjoyable life.me