8 Life-Changing Things I Use to Make My Workspace More ADHD-Friendly
Since the start of the pandemic, how people work has changed — whether from home, returning to the office, or somewhere in between. What you may not know is just how much the prevalence of adult ADHD surged around this time, too.
Working from home and being diagnosed with ADHD are two major changes I experienced back-to-back in early 2020, challenging me to rethink how I do just about everything from tending to my houseplants to sticking to a budget. Before, working from the couch in sweatpants with a show playing in the background was a fun change of pace. After a few years, though, I’ve learned what is (and is not) sustainable long-term.
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As someone with ADHD, I’ve found that simple adjustments to my workspaces can make all the difference in creating an environment more conducive to maintaining focus and staying on task. So clear your desk, pull up a chair, and get ready to discover some of my favorite ADHD-friendly workspace finds.
And don’t worry if you’re not an ADHDer — I think you’ll still appreciate these ideas wherever and however you work. Let’s get into it.
It may take some trial and error to find the right combination of items that work best for you but by incorporating things like these into your workspace, you can create a more ADHD-friendly environment that will help you stay focused and productive.
Looking for more ideas for improving your workflow? Check out this brilliant solution to all those tangled-up cords and three questions to ask yourself about your WFH workspace.