ADHD Procrastination Cure

 In ADHD Success Skills and Tools

Happy Holidays to you and yours.

I’ve had a lovely Christmas. Fun. Quiet. Eating sugar and chocolate til my brain freezes. Caving to my uncontrollable jigsaw puzzle addiction.

Procrastinating much more than is healthy.

I’m also looking forward to 2017. What a roller coaster 2016 has been. Amazing and wrenching all tangled into twelve short months.

I’m ready for another year. Another clean slate.

Anyway, I’ve been pondering what to write for you in ADHD Success this week.

Ton’s of lofty ideas popped into mind.

Inspiring topics like:

  • The difference between willpower and “want power”.
  • Making different, more ADHD-friendly choices in 2017.
  • Getting organized after the holidays.
  • Blah, blah, blah.

I’m not in the mood today. That’s why instead of writing, I’ve decided to give you a little gift.

A mini-teleclass to help you start 2017 off right.

A 12-minute recording called The ADHD Procrastination Cure.

Packed with some of my favorite tips for outsmarting ADHD procrastination

Click this link to The ADHD Procrastination Cure.

Take a listen.

Kick ADHD Procrastination in the, um, gluteus maximus.

Let’s knock 2017 and out of the park, shall we?

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  • Alice
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    I, too, have “had a lovely Christmas. Fun. Quiet.” And I’ve been “eating sugar and chocolate til my brain freezes.” But we didn’t break out the jigsaw puzzles this year. Too many of the grandkids had “the crud” and I saw no reason to share it with them via puzzle pieces. And oh, I did “zap procrastination.” Well, most days. May your heart and home be full of peace and joy in 2017.

    • Dana Rayburn
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      Thank you, Alice. Yes, peace and joy for all in 2017!

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