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ADHD Travel Hacks - Save these!
PLUS A BIG ANNOUNCEMENT!
Trina here. 👋 I struggled a bit to name this newsletter - because I don’t like using “Hacks” and “ADHD” in the same sentence. Perhaps, “travel tips” would have been better… but here we are.
I have found that a huge percentage of ADHDers L-O-V-E to travel…. and I understand why that is. We love novelty, newness, being spontaneous, exploring, adventure - and you can find a lot of those while traveling. ✈️
A Few Travel Hacks for ADHDers:
Your ADHD doesn’t take a vacation - so pack up your ADHD-friendly tools that you use when you’re at home. For example: fidget toys, earplugs, meds, even your timer if it’s something you use regularly
Prior to packing, spend some time visualizing your trip. Are you going to a fancy dinner? Ziplining? Hiking? Visualize the trip ahead of time to help remind you of items that you may need to pack. Use those ADHD daydreaming skills here.
Use a simple backpack/purse and keep important items in the SAME PLACE in that bag EVERY SINGLE TIME. Passport goes in THIS pocket… etc.
Give yourself EXTRA TIME (This is an overall life hack 😂)
What travel tips would you recommend for other ADHDers? 👇
Today on the My Lady ADHD Podcast, we're diving in to all things travel-related with ADHD Coach & Travel Expert, Stuart Cohen and also my friend and fellow ADHD Advocate, Katie Sue. We chat about our traveling mishaps and offer up some helpful hacks for traveling ADHDers.
While we’re on the subject of travel… I have a HUGE ANNOUNCEMENT!
I am hosting the first ever ADHD Women’s Retreat in Jamaica this September! AND another one in Punta Cana in January 2024! 🥳 Space will be limited and packages will be available for purchase on Friday, June 9th!
Register NOW for our Retreat Information Series: A15-minute presentation of in-depth details followed by open Q&A
Wednesday, May 31st @ 8PM Eastern: REGISTER
Friday, June 2nd @ 4PM Eastern: REGISTER
Wednesday, June 7th @ 7PM Eastern: REGISTER
*Can’t make it to any of these Zoom calls but still interested in learning more about these AMAZING retreats, sign up here!
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