The Keys to Time-Management with ADHD (Part 4): Managing Your “To-Dos”

An effective time-management system isn’t really a single system, but a complex and interwoven set of skills and behaviors.  There are lots of different things that come into play with how well we manage our time, including: how efficiently we work and resist distractions; how well we estimate and judge the passage of time; how […]

The Keys to Time Management with ADHD, Part 2: “Improving Your ‘Time Sight'”

“Improving Your ‘Time Sight’” Struggling with Time Management is very much a hallmark characteristic of ADHD / ADD.  It’s a universal complaint among the individuals who come to my coaching practice for help. And, honestly, it’s one of my favorite things to work on with a client because the results of our partnership can be […]

The Keys to Time Management with ADHD / ADD (Part 1)

One of the most common complaints I hear from people coming to my coaching practice are about time management.  If you, or someone in your life, struggles to manage time effectively, you need to understand what goes into “Time Management,” and what you can do to improve it!  In this first of a series of […]

It’s “Back-to-It” Time!

No matter what we do, we all have some kind of job. Whether you’re a doctor, nurse, business manager, student, stay-at-home parent, or something else, we all have a job we have to do. Many of us have several! Many of us also feel at the end of our long “work” days that we just […]

Have a Successful Summer – Even with ADHD ADD!

My Top 5 Strategies for Enjoying Summer with ADHD ADD! I absolutely love summer. I look forward to it all year. I may actually look forward to it more than my children! I love the sunshine, the warm weather (even these 90-plus-degree days with high humidity), the long days, bare feet, barbecues and pool parties […]

Life Doesn’t Have a Lot of Second Chances!

But Here’s One for You! If you’re anything like my clients, you struggle with a painful disconnect. When there is a disconnect between what we know that we are capable of achieving, and how we actually perform, it is an incredibly difficult thing to live with every day. For most of my clients, their struggle […]

What is Your ADHD ADD Procrastination Costing You?

Procrastination can be a devastating struggle to those of us with ADHD / ADD. The day-to-day cost in lost  productivity, efficiency and damage to our reputation can be significant. But the cost of our struggle to follow-through can be much greater than many of us realize.  Learn more (and get a special offer) from the […]

There’s No Summer Break from ADD!

I absolutely love summer. I look forward to it all year. I may actually look forward to it more than my children! I love the sunshine, and the warm weather–even these 90-plus-degree days with high humidity here in the mid-Atlantic US! I love the long days, barbecues and pool parties with friends and family, and […]

Exercise & ADD / ADHD

We all know that regular and sufficient exercise is important for our health—both physically and mentally. We know it can improve our physical condition, as well as our moods, and reduce our risk of various medical conditions like heart disease, diabetes, and osteoporosis, to name just a few. We also know that regular exercise is […]

What are you Willing to Commit To so that You can Start the New Year Off Right?

As the New Year looms in front of us, I want you to take a look at your schedule, your list of things to do, and your resolutions and goals.  What do you see that your commitments have in common with each other?  My very knowledgeable guess (from years of coaching adults with ADD and parents) […]

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