ADHD and resolutions
  1. I set a goal for this year. Just 1 major goal. I wrote it down in my journal.
  2. I broke the goal into milestones and further into tasks.
  3. Based on those tasks I created a to-do list for every month. This list has only 3–4 items so that it doesn’t deviate my attention by seeming exhausting.
  4. I created a routine of activities for the first month to work towards the to-do list. That way I have only a couple of things to be done every month without having to think about my long-term goal.
  5. At the end of every day, I check off the items I completed that day, which gives me a sense of accomplishment. This encourages me to do the same the next day and the next and so on.
  6. Every week I read new motivational stories or quotes and then go on to review my goals/milestones, which keeps my excitement level constant.

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Salouni Khele

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Writing, because I want to. Traveling, because I like to. Earning, because I have to. Blog : slightlysprightlygirl.com | IG : @sprightlytravels

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