Free Resource: Managing Your Time During the Holidays
An organized chart, available to download for free, that helps adults with ADHD avoid holiday stress and disappointment — while still preparing the family and the house for a joyful holiday season.
The holidays are supposed to be filled with joy. So why does it seem like they get more stressful every year? While the regular ups-and-downs of adulthood and the end-of-the-year rush certainly play a part, ADHD symptoms contribute, too, by making it harder for you to plan, shop, bake, and prioritize as well as you’re expected to.
No more! Whether you, your spouse, or your child has ADHD, it’s time to take back the holidays by dedicating them to the things you value most — instead of what you think you’re supposed to want. Use this downloadable checklist to avoid holiday stress and disappointment by getting your family members to think about and plan how much they want to prioritize:
- Traveling to see relatives
- Decorating your home
- Entertaining at home
- Sending holiday cards
- And more!
Put the “merry” back in your Christmas (or whatever you celebrate this time of year!) by using this free download to figure out what’s really important.