You thought I was going to type the other word, didn’t ya?
I don’t know about other ADD people, but I love organizing things even though it may not last, and this includes project charts and content maps.
Yep, I have a to-do list that is now laughing at me. I need to plug my map into my…
How does one keep up with looking for a part-time job, making videos, and writing? If you’re me, you started out by purchasing a planner and putting reminders and to-do lists to good use.
Then, you stop using all of it and wing it for a while until you start using your planner to list things you actually got done, forgetting not to put anything on a to-do list, and ignoring reminders to boot.
With everything I am trying to do, I need to SEE it written out. So, I decided to make the content and writing map above. The only problem with this is I have to remind my ADD that we need to stay ahead of the game. It tends to shut down when I try to plan anything longer than a week ahead. It stinks when you find something else for which you have to find a coping mechanism. I persevere and carry on as it were.
Reasons for the map…
- I need to see everything laid out.
- I need it to help me make adjustments when I find employment.
- It helps me keep track of what I have done and what I still need to do.
Yes, I could do all that with the planner, but this is what my ADD says I need to do right now. So, do it we will. I also need to make one for my social media o remind me to market myself, but that’s another project.
Anissa “Maddy” Walker +