Neurodiversity – Productivity & Organizing Blog Carnival
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There’s no shortage of common wisdom around organizing and productivity on the internet. You may have written some of it yourself! And although that probably benefits many, people with neurodivergent traits are always looking for new and unique ways to support their challenges with focus and organization.
For this reason, I invited my readers to submit blog posts about Neurodiversity for this year’s first edition of the Productivity & Organizing Blog Carnival.
The sponsor for this month is Susanna Miles, creator of The MindFlows Planning Collection. An entrepreneur with ADHD, Susanna developed her planners to provide a simple, visual system that makes it easy to see her plans and goals, and has made them available for others who’ve struggled with neurotypical planners and productivity advice.
As you read the posts listed below, please connect with the bloggers on social media, leave comments, and share your favorite posts with your own network. Please use the hashtag #POBC in your social media posts.
|Feeling SAFE to be Different
|Whar Does ADHD Look Like In Girls?
|Are You a Hoarder?
|The "Power of the Pause": Taking the Time to Reflect & Learn
|ADD-Friendly ways to Organize your Life
|How To Deal With Clutter When You Have An ADHD Brain?
|How to Make New Favorite Ideas from Organizing Conference Empower Helpful Possibilities
|How to Develop Your Executive Function Skills…even when you are all grown up
|Understanding Clients and Their Motivation
|Easy Home Organizing Tips for People with Short Attention Spans
|Not Your Typical Neurotypical Neurodiversity Post (I hope)
|Tips for Working with Clients with ADHD
|Why all-in-one planners aren't always the best solution for entrepreneurs with ADHD
Thanks to everyone for sharing your wisdom, and special thanks to The MindFlows Planning Collection for sponsoring.
If you offer a product or service that would interest professional organizers or their clients, maximize your exposure by sponsoring an upcoming edition of the Productivity & Organizing Organizers Blog Carnival.