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I undertook this website to share ideas I have found helpful in a decades long struggle with mental health challenges. Another reason I created this website was because most of these ideas I have found on my own, from books or the internet, and not from therapists. I plan to blog on my ideas why this is the case in the future. Over time, I plan to transition this website from a blog-based one, to one that is more easy and quicker to navigate, as I learn more about WordPress. Being a Baha’i throughout this periiod, many of my ideas are based on The Baha’i Faith. If you aren’t familiar with the Baha’i Faith and want to find out more, these websites are a good starting point:
“Take what you like, and leave the rest.”
A book worth looking at in time management is the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey. He takes a holistic approach to the subject. One of the interesting parts of the book for me is where he talks about different centers people have for their lives: work, money, belongings, spouse, children, self, …
An important issue is to make sure things don’t fall through the cracks, like paying the rent or bills. I write down everything I should or want to do. In Getting Things Done, David Allen suggests taking a weekend where this is all you do, and make sure you have everything, EVERYTHING, covered. I have …
A problem for people in general, but perhaps more actutely with people with mental health challenges, is getting things done. This post is titled after the popular book Getting Things Done by David Allen (shortened to GTD for “followers”), where some of the ideas of this blog come from. I suspect a big challenge for …