December 11, 2014 at 9:49 pm #126311
yassmtmMemberDecember 11, 2014 at 9:49 pmPost count: 9
I’ve recently been diagnosed with adhd and for the 28 years before this I had to cope with my life not knowing what the hell was going on.
But Ive been using Evernote app and I find it very helpful to keep everything organized. I’m in school but I use evernote for everything else. i have all my assingments, personal notes and todo lists*, business cards, and alot more in it. I find it very useful because it eliminates the papers on my desk and the chances that i lose them. (I still have a lot of post it’s all over my desk)
*I do have a to do list app, weekly planner on my desk, google calendar, and a normal calendar in my bag as well – and with all that i still havent had a single day that I have done everything that I had to do in that day!
If you are looking for a way to keep your papers and work space more organized give it a try, it’s a free app and it has changed my life.REPORT ABUSEJanuary 7, 2015 at 11:40 am #126395
FochaosedMemberJanuary 7, 2015 at 11:40 amPost count: 32
I agree – I use Evernote for personal stuff and OneNote for work… partial to OneNote simply because I got used to that one first – love love love how fast I can find anything in it; multiple tiers of books, chapters, pages, etc… to organize as you see fit; can paste or save documents, scans, images, clippings, website links. Shortly after trying one note, I chose to try Evernote simultaneously (due to free trial for premium version on my device) and a desire to keep them separate as I struggle with personal/work boundary.REPORT ABUSE
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