For an adult adhd add calendar planner, I love using my Palm Centro. I use to have a Treo when I worked for a company that provided it but I no long have it. Ever since then I only want to use a palm mobile phone. They are reliable and stable and can take a beating.
One of the many great features of a mobile phone is the calendar. I use mine for everything. I set it up to remind me to take my vitamins, to go to and remind of my upcoming appointments, when to exercise, etc etc.
The palm phones calendar has a similar features to Microsoft Outlook. You can set your reminder to come minutes, hours, days, or weeks ahead. There also is a snooze button but only snoozes for 5 minutes.
This calendar is the same as a planner because you can fill in the time slots with things you need to do and be reminded up. You can go out 10 years if you would like. You can also sync the palm phone with your computer so all your information is saved. If you install the software, you can have it connect with Outlook or the Palm calendar. So now it is both on your computer and your phone.
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Your mobile is best because you take it with you everywhere. It is easier to flip through dates then to carry around a calendar book. It also is much smaller and you don't need a pen.
And another great feature is if you have a child or a spouse that has a palm phone, you can send each other calendar items. So you can have their phone notify them of homework, appointments, or whatever it may be!
If you don't have a good mobile phone to utilize this feature, then get a palm (not a windows OS, it sucks) and use the calendar.
One of the best features that I love is the Touch Screen! If you haven't used a feature like this, you need to.
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