I think that I will appreciate the structure of an automatically updating to do list that has my daily stuff on there. These things that I have always really wanted someone to remind me to do or just do for me.
When I was looking through the accommodations that bosses could offer their employees with bipolar, many of them had to do with scheduling and staying on top of time stuff.
These are the ones that I remember. And I thought, "I can do that!"
So there. I feel somewhat ridiculous that I need to have a checklist for things that I feel I should just know and remember... but I don't know or remember. And email has been a persistent problem for me.
Today as a special reward, when I opened my email there was a message from the volunteer coordinator at NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) and expect to be contacted some time in the next few weeks about how I might volunteer for them.
Grateful Crap: that feeling of calm knowing that I do not need to check my email until tomorrow
that's about it
Quaker, teacher, parent,