Human Parts
Published in

Human Parts

How ADHD Helped Me Create the Bullet Journal Method

When the usual systems failed me, my ADHD led me to create something new

Photo: Dang Nguyen/EyeEm/Getty Images

II haven’t spoken much about my experience with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and recently I’ve been asking myself why. After all, without my ADHD, I wouldn’t have come up with the Bullet Journal Method. Maybe the best way is to tell my…

--

--

--

A publication from Medium about humanity: yours, mine, and ours.

Recommended from Medium

How Good Are You at Hiding Your Autistic Traits?

You Don’t Need to See a Disability to Believe It Exists

Prison Break Actor Wentworth Miller Is Autistic

How an Autistic Boy's Emotionally Charged Poem Changed His Life

What’s the difference between ADHD and autism?

Having A Disability Is A Full-Time Job

My Daughter is a High School Dropout: And I Couldn’t be More Proud

My daughter, age 6, hugging Mama after a class production

Parents are turning inclusion into exclusion

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Ryder Carroll

Ryder Carroll

Creator of the Bullet Journal®. NYT Best-selling author and digital product designer, living in Brooklyn, NY.

More from Medium

3 Ways To Make Your Morning Routine Stick

Feeling overwhelmed? This might help.

Three Things I Learned From My Month of Bullet Journaling

Soft Creative Habits That Inspire Productivity