An Organized Home and ADHD

An Organized Home and ADHD

Having an organized physical environment helps ADHDers feel calm, organized and improves focus and concentration. It can be a Catch-22 though, because ADHD symptoms make creating and maintaining an organized environment a challenge (you can learn why that is here)....

ADHD and Introverts

ADHD and Introverts

Psychologist C. G Jung introduced the terms Introversion and Extraversion in the early 1900's. Today these personality traits play key parts in some of the main personality theories such as the Big Five, 16 personality factors, and Myers-Briggs Type Indicator....

Do you dread going out in the evening?

Do you dread going out in the evening?

Do you dread going out in the evening even though you know you'll have a good time when you get there? Many people with ADHD do, and there are things you can do to reduce that feeling, which means you can enjoy your day and your evening Here are six suggestions. 1....

The 6 Things Every ADHD Workspace Needs For Maximum Productivity

The 6 Things Every ADHD Workspace Needs For Maximum Productivity

For maximum productivity, you need to create a physical environment that promotes your ability to focus and concentrate. Here are the 6 things that every ADHD adult needs in their workspace in order to work as effectively as possible. 1. A Clear Desk Clear your desk...

Nature and ADHD

Nature and ADHD

Did you know there is a positive link between spending time In nature and ADHD? Researchers at the University of Illinois found that 20 minutes in nature (green therapy) helps reduce unwanted symptoms of Adult ADHD among its participants. One of the reasons why green...

Overcoming distractions in your business. Podcast episode!

Overcoming distractions in your business. Podcast episode!

This week I am a guest on the The SparkHustle Flow Podcast hosted by the fabulous Kemberli Stephenson. Kemberli is an accountant and bookkeeper with decades of experience. She also has an MBA, is a best selling author and now helps financial service business owners...

You can do well in school, be an accountant and have ADHD

You can do well in school, be an accountant and have ADHD

This week I was a guest on The Spark Hustle Flow Podcast hosted by the talented Kemberli Stephenson The topic was how to overcome distractions in your business and Kemberli asked me really good questions. I felt like I had a million things to say for each one, and had...

7 Steps to Design Your ADHD Friendly Summer

7 Steps to Design Your ADHD Friendly Summer

Do you plan your summer? Or does it just unfold? In her Happier podcast, Gretch Rubin talks about designing your summer. She believes in making the summer months distinct so that they stand out from rest of the year. When you embrace the summer months and take...

ADHD and a helpful sleep app

ADHD and a helpful sleep app

There’s a great app to help you understand your sleep patterns. It’s called Rise. One of the reasons it’s helpful when you have ADHD is because it tells you when your melatonin window is. Lots of ADHDers resist going to bed because they can’t fall asleep. Lying in bed...

An unexpected side effect.

An unexpected side effect.

One side effect of the COVID-19 vaccine that they don’t warn you about is tears! A week ago today I got my first vaccine, and it will be stored in my memory as one of my happiest life experiences. I am a sensitive person, but I don’t usually cry easily. For example, I...

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