"Forking Resolutions are Bullshirt!"

We like to create experiments with a hypothesis, simple methods, and measurable results over resolutions.

If that one keystone habit is supported by our ADHD rather than fighting it, it’s likely going to be a winner!

Research shows that zeroing in on one small keystone habit can impact many areas of our lives. For example, place an open bullet journal with a two-page layout for the week near the coffee pot and read it while savoring that first bleary-eyed cup of joe.

One simple page we see each day strategically taped on a wall or in a bullet journal can show us our actual commitment and progress. This clear evidence both counters assumptions about ADHD and gets our neurotransmitters fired up with celebration of who we really are (especially because we are prone to forget out wins and strengths).

If that one keystone habit is supported by our ADHD rather than fighting it, it’s likely going to be a winner!

Check out what How to ADHD has to say about this topic in this fun (and short) video.

While making New Years' resolutions can be fun, there's a tool that's way more powerful when it comes to making positive change in your life - building routines for yourself.

Are you on the organized is life side of ADHD? Make a simple routine map! Save cognitive processing space by relying on behavioral patterns. With a consistent routine, you may be able to sleep walk through most of your morning, workouts, commutes, etc. We do!

Are you on the chair-as-clean-laundry-location side of ADHD? Put a nice looking basket on the chair, and/or tidy up for the duration of one new fun song you like each day.

What's your renewal and growth strategy?