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5 Podcast Episodes You Must Listen To This Week If You Were Just Diagnosed With ADHD (& How To Fit Them Into Your Busy Schedule Even If You Don't Have Time)
Did you know that procrastination is a common symptom of ADHD? Do you know why? Have you considered telling your colleagues or supervisor(s) about your ADHD diagnosis? Have you ever heard of body-doubling? Not the Hollywood kind... the "Hacking Your ADHD" kind. These are all things I've learned from listening to the podcasts outlined here.
The Top 5 ADHD Podcasts for general awareness, tips, tricks, and community building...
I spent weeks listening to handfuls of episodes from each of the following Podcasts and hand-selected one episode from each that I thought would be the most helpful for you or anyone looking to better understand their ADHD and not feel so alone in their daily struggles and challenges.
I suggest searching for these titles in whatever app you use to listen to your favorite podcasts, and following all of them... like, immediately. (Go on. Thank me later).
If you've never listened to a podcast before or don't have a regular podcast-habit, my preferred app is Spotify. But I've also used Stitcher and the Apple Podcast app as well.
If you already pay for Spotify premium, just stick with Spotify! They make it so easy to collect all your shows, downloads, and even make playlists.
Everything is so easily accessible with Spotify--plus, I just say, "Alexa, play The Science of Happiness podcast," and she'll pick up playing from wherever I left off, even if I was listening on my iPhone or in my car.
(BTW--BONUS MATERIAL: I couldn't recommend The Science of Happiness podcast enough... it's my go-to Sunday-afternoon-while-straightening-my-room-and-doing-other-chores podcast.)
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5 best podcast episodes to understand people who have adhd
1. EP: 22 ADHD And Procrastination With Dr. Christine Li (click to listen on Spotify) from ADHD for Smart Ass Women with Tracy Otsuka
2. Combat Negativity and Thrive with ADHD (click to listen on Spotify) from the ADHD Support Talk Radio Podcast
for People On-The-Go:
Most of these episodes are long enough
(or short enough, depending on your perspective) to listen to on your morning and/or evening commute.
For the longer ones, start it on your
morning commute, and finish it
on your way home.
Whether you're walking, taking public transit, driving, or arriving by carrier pigeon, podcasts are the perfect accompaniment no matter where/when you're going.
3. 253 | Self-Advocacy and Disclosure: LeDerick Horne (click to listen on spotify) from the ADHD reWired Podcast
for People Who Have the Luxury
of Taking 25+ minute Lunches:
There are some days that you just need to eat alone. And not be social. On these days, listen at lunch. I bet you'll go back to work feeling not just enlightened, but understood.
And that's a powerful feeling.
And if you always eat alone... you're a step ahead of the game here. Look at you being ahead... *high five* Go, you!
4. Compassionate Ass-Kicking for the Win (click to listen on Spotify) from the Hacking Your ADHD Podcast
for People Who Shower:
By the time you fast forward through the intro blurb and any ads that may be on the show, even the 30-minute episodes can be listened to through your whole
Example Shower Process:
Undress, wash, clean, shave, rinse, dry off, brush teeth/hair, apply deodorant, lotion, make-up, style hair, get dressed.
This is the perfect time to
have a podcast playing.
5. How to Prioritize with ADHD (click to listen on Spotify) from I Have ADHD Podcast with Kristen Carder
I've Taken This One Step Further > > >
I created a short Spotify playlist of just these 5 episodes in case you want to add them to your queue and have them all in one place, ready to press play, no search necessary!
But if you don't have Spotify, or even if you do, I've also created a 5-day email series that doesn't just include the free Stitcher link to each episode, but also has tips for when to listen and other valuable nuggets of information!
Get Access to All 5 Episodes
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Emilee with 3E's
I'm a 30-something single-ish lady who is enjoying city-life & a philanthropic career... most of the time.
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Hey all! I hope if you've read this far that you've also read my About Mee page.
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