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5 Underrated Benefits of Bullet Journaling for ADHD

Why a bullet journal for ADHD can be an effective tool for an overwhelmed mind — I wish I’d started years ago

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I used to think I was doomed to a scatty, majorly disorganised life because of my learning disability.

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