The Feminine Side of ADHD: ADHD Life for Women
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The Feminine Side of ADHD: ADHD Life for Women

Precisely what ADHD looks like in any given individual can be quite different, and often surprising, from how it looks in another. I’m hoping this look at ADHD Life for Women will give you some more insight. No matter your gender, you may see some of you in the characteristics and challenges I’m talking about…

Simple Commitments to Help you Thrive in the New Year!
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Simple Commitments to Help you Thrive in the New Year!

As the New Year looms in front of you, take a look at your schedule, your list of things to do, and your commitments. What do you see that your commitments have in common with each other? My very educated guess (from decades of working with adults with ADHD/ADD)  is that not too many of…

Having a Great Summer?
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Having a Great Summer?

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…

[Video] ADHD & Punctuality: What is your Struggle with Being On-Time Costing You?

This month, I’m talking about Punctuality.  Struggling with Being On-Time is a really common complaint I hear from many of my clients, and the effects of chronic tardiness can be really far-reaching! Frequently being late can create lots of stress, of course, but it also damages our personal and professional reputations and our relationships. What’s…

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Stop Procrastinating! The Life You were Meant to Live is Waiting for YOU!

Spring is a time for rebirth!  So much of what I hear from my clients is about what they want to change this year and beyond.  I know many of you are holding the same kinds of thoughts right now.  And, honestly… That makes me kind of sad. So many of us have hopes, dreams,…

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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…

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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…

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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)…