Managing your energy levels is the key to preventing neurodivergent burnout. When you understand your energy levels, you can plan better, be well, and achieve more. This 10-page workbook guides you through the energy audit process and introduces the energy accounting strategy (templates included).
Wellbeing-driven productivity for people who are neurodivergent (or think they might be).
This 15-page workbook sets out a clear process for reviewing your year and setting goals for the coming year. The workbook includes digital templates, printable worksheets, examples, and links to other resources to help ensure you keep your goals visible and achieve them.
Sometimes a fresh start is just what you need - that's why today's Notes by Martine email newsletter looks slightly different. While this change is positive, my neurodivergent brain does not appreciate too much change all in one go (ahem... can you relate?!)
This article shares some of my reflections about wellbeing-driven productivity through the lens of neurodiversity.
My Obsidian setup is a constant work in progress. That said, it's working pretty well for me right now. So, in the interest of 'learning in public', now felt like a good time to share it.
At the start of every new year, I like to choose a word to focus on and guide my actions for the next 12 months. This year, my word is "energy."