There have been threads on here related to teachers with ADHD. I came across an article today on Facebook and thought I would share. These are general tips and not necessarily related to teaching but I'm pleasantly surprised that I already use most of these. For simplicity sake, I didn't copy the entire article so some of these tips you might benefit reading the paragraph following the tip to understand where the author is going with it. I'm sincerely thinking about buying her book, "365 Ways to Suceed with ADHD." http://psychcentral.com/lib/2011/32-of-the-best-ways-to-get-organized-when-you-have-adhd/all/1/ 1. Use a planner. 2. Use eye-catching materials. 3. Use spiral notebooks. 4. Have a brain dump. 5. Bank online. 6. Forget your appointment time (plan around leaving time instead). 7. Sort stuff using a 5 box method. 8. Purge excess posessions--ruthlessly. 9. Get creative with visual reminders. 10. Enlist an organization buddy. 11. Cut out company logos for your file folders. 12. Sort mail over a wastebasket. 13. Say no to junk. 14. Use baggies for specific items. 15. Clear your desk and single-task. 16. Set goals you can finish. 17. Assume things will take longer. 18. Learn from yourself. 19. Be mindful of placement. 20. Delegate. 21. Have a recycling basket. 22. Keep your files manageable. 23. Don't be over-prepared (be resourceful). 24. Grocery shop for one week only (minus one meal). 25. Have a shoebox for tax related receipts only. 26. Keep policies in one place. 27. Buy only what is on your list. 28. Organize items based on how you retrieve them. 29. Keep contacts in one spot. 30. Use clear bins. 31. Know when to say when. Okay I have either misnumbered or left off one trick. I'm not going to stress it. If you find it, post it.