Software Alternatives & Reviews

What are the most useful hacks that make your life with ADHD a lot easier?

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  1. piSignage is a platform that allows users to build their own signage and present their content through lean, reliable, and full HD videos.

  2. Introducing Android TV: movies, TV shows and games, perfectly tailored for you. Nexus Player makes your TV smarter.

    10) I doubled down on Google home devices - one in each room, and used the 'shopping list' as a bit of an inbox for the things I need to remember when I'm in the house and 'Reminders' to remind me to do things 'When I get home' or at a specific time.
  3. Pi-hole is a multi-platform, network-wide ad blocker.

    Installed a web-blocker using PiHole to block time-sink websites on all of my devices, no matter which I pick up.
  4. Bring your life's work together in one digital workspace. Evernote is the place to collect inspirational ideas, write meaningful words, and move your important projects forward.

    I set up a second brain to capture everything I might need one day, and won't remember - Onenote for work, Evernote for everything else.
  5. Things is an easy to use task manager.

    8) Bought a subscription to 'Things 3' as my all-device to-do-list. I follow (sort of) the GTD methodology.
  6. Are.na is a social platform for creative and collaborative research.

    Favourite tools: kumu.io , are.na, notion and google keep. Also a good old spreadsheet is easy to navigate if you get into them.