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The holiday season is here, and while it’s a time for joy and celebration, it can also bring added stress and overwhelm.

We’ve gathered some ADHD-friendly tips to help you navigate this season with ease:

Identify the most important aspects of the holiday season for you. Focus on what truly matters and let go of the rest.

Plan Ahead:
Make lists and use calendars to keep track of holiday tasks and events. Set reminders to help you stay organized.

Set Realistic Expectations:
Don’t put too much pressure on yourself to make everything perfect. Accept that some things may not go as planned, and that’s okay.

Time Management:
Use time management techniques like the Pomodoro method to break tasks into manageable chunks, helping you stay on track without feeling overwhelmed.

Delegate and Ask for Help:
Don’t be afraid to ask for assistance from friends or family. Delegate tasks to lighten your load.

Prioritize self-care during this busy season. Take time for yourself, even if it’s just a few minutes of quiet and deep breaths.

Avoid Overcommitting:
Learn to say no to invitations or tasks that may drain your energy. It’s important to preserve your well-being.

Stay Mindful:
Practice mindfulness to stay present during holiday events. Take moments to appreciate the beauty and joy of the season.

Remember, the holiday season should be enjoyable and meaningful. Use these tips to make it a time of joy, connection, and self-compassion.

Wishing you a wonderful and stress-free holiday season!

This newsletter is for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional advice. Always consult with a healthcare provider for personalized guidance on managing ADHD.