The "right" planner is different for everyone. But for someone with ADHD, a planner with a clean layout, spaces for reminders, checkboxes for tasks and integrated spaces for notescan be beneficial.
Physical planners, as opposed to digital organising method, may help you reduce screen time and the distraction caused by notifications and apps diverting your attention.
Many customers with ADHD say that Curation has enough structure and flexibility to keep them motivated and on track.
"I've tried so many planners over the years and this one has everything I need! I have ADHD and finding a way to organise my time and set goals is crucial for my success. This book is beautiful and set up so well to help me focus on the most important tasks and goals throughout the year."
"We all use Curation. My neurodivergent coworkers and family also use it. People who got nothing out of using a diary in the past, my autistic and ADHD folks, they get real value out of using this planner. It keeps our lives shaped and working. Next year will be our third year with Curation as a key adaptive technology in our business and personal lifestyles."
WHICH PLANNER IS RIGHT FOR YOU?
Undated planners are great if you want flexibility and are more likely to shift in and out of organisational strategies. They can help alleviate pressure to use it consistently and are less likely to make you feel like they've "failed" if they miss a day or a week.
Dated planners provide a structured framework and may help you feel more accountable. The dated layout offers a clear visual representation of time, making it easier to grasp upcoming deadlines and appointments.