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If you're time-blind, your ability to sense or measure time passing without the use of an external aid is impaired. You'll be consistently wrong at estimating the time it takes you to do things.
When you commit a time period to a certain task, you'll need to be extra vigilant for distractions, because you'll underestimate how long they'll take.
To help you stay focused and become more aware of the passing of time, use the count-down timer below to commit short lengths of time to specific tasks. Just remember to:
Write them down. Enter current time block below:
Scorecards and a Notebook to record progress. A special Mug and Candle to use while Timing. Stickers to remind.
And of course, the "Ultimate Timer" Birthday Wall Clock.
All purchases help to raise awareness for time blindness.
~ O b e y T h e T i m e r . c o m
While often associated with ADHD, PTSD or depression, time blindness can occur independently of other conditions.
Obey The Timer aims to become a hub of information on time blindness, including the latest research as well as personal testimonials on timer usage as a means of progressing from survival of the condition to successful mastery of it.
Rachael Green, medically reviewed by Steven Gans, MD
By Dr Ciara O’Farrell
Head of Academic Practice at Trinity College Dublin
(Leads the delivery of the educational mission for the University of Dublin)
March 16, 2022
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More research is needed on the condition of time blindness, and more resources & understanding are needed for those affected by it.
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