My mom (who had ADHD) was never a planner or a list maker. For her, dinner started around 1:00 in the afternoon when she started wondering what was for dinner. Sometimes she had things in the freezer, but with no microwave and no plan, that didn't help much. Enter the daily trip to the store. . . .
Target aired it's first holiday commercial a week or so ago. The Christmas decorations have been in the store for even longer. And if you are organized enough to be doing your holiday cards, the Post Office has Christmas and other holiday stamps for sale already. Everybody is crazy busy around . . .
Do you ever get to the end of the day and wonder what you did with all of the hours between? I know I have. It's hard to believe that 12 or more hours have passed and the things that you can think of that you did take up only a few. Where does our time go? And how can we manage it more . . .