Timer on a Rope

Timer on a Rope

Great way to make sure you hear the timer if you're cooking something, and easy to use. For those of us with ADD, this is a great way to keep track of time for anything. Need to get in the shower in half an hour? If I'm on the computer, I might lose track of that. But not if I set this baby. It's right around my neck, so my chance of losing it is greatly reduced. Also, we ADDers have a hard time getting started on tasks, especially big ones. What I do is tell myself "I'll just work on it for 10 minutes; I can do anything for 10 minutes." (This is where you set the timer.) Ten minutes is usually enough to get my hyperfocus to kick in, so I often keep going and get a good part of the task done. Also, I'm very oppositional and I don't like being interrupted by timers, so this is a great way to be able to blow it off without getting in trouble. I think only someone else with ADD would fully understand that last bit.

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