Why Exercise Helps ADHD

Exercise is one of those things that you know you ‘should’ do, but it is often seen as a luxury activity to be done when everything else on your to list is complete. However, in this video, Dr John Ratey, co-author of the distraction books, Driven to Distraction,...

6 Reasons Why ADHDers Don’t Like The Holidays

6 Reasons Why ADHDers Don’t Like The Holidays

The holidays are nearly here!  But do you enjoy them? If you answered no; don’t worry, you aren’t alone. Many adults with ADHD feel the same. While many people love vacation time away from work, eating good food and spending time with their families, it’s not always...

Creating your ADHD Friendly plan for 2021

Creating your ADHD Friendly plan for 2021

Last December I hosted a free challenge called ‘5 steps to planning your year the ADHD-friendly way’. Monday through Friday I recorded a video a day. Each video had a do-able action step so that by the end of the 5 days, participants had a plan for the year....

You’re invited! 5 steps to planning 2021…The ADHD Friendly Way

You’re invited! 5 steps to planning 2021…The ADHD Friendly Way

Super excited to announce there's a FREE 5 day challenge to next week! It's designed to help you plan 2021 the ADHD friendly way!!!!! During the challenge I will be sharing the exact steps to plan your year .These steps work even if you aren’t an ‘organized’ person or...

3 Reasons Why Creative Visualization is Helpful for ADHDers

3 Reasons Why Creative Visualization is Helpful for ADHDers

Visualization is when you picture in your mind’s eye a scenario you would like to happen. It’s a technique that helps you to welcome positive outcomes into your life. It might sound a bit strange or ‘woo woo’, but we know that Olympic athletes use visualization to...

ADHD And The Magic of Gratitude

ADHD And The Magic of Gratitude

Today is Thanksgivings for our US readers - so a big Happy Thanksgiving! This year has been unexpected,,  so wherever you are in the world,  now is the perfect time to count our blessings and be thankful for all the good things in our lives. A few years ago  I met a...

Your Inner voice, ADHD and you self esteem

Your Inner voice, ADHD and you self esteem

Adults with ADHD are highly critical of themselves and their achievements. If your inner voice is constantly telling you negative messages, this results in you feeling bad about yourself and results in low self esteem. Often your inner voice talks to you in such a...

A Goal Setting Formula for ADHDers That Works!

A Goal Setting Formula for ADHDers That Works!

Do you set goals for yourself? Goal setting is super helpful when you have ADHD because… Having a goal gives you daily direction and focus. It is easy to prioritize and make decisions when you have a goal you are working towards. The tasks you need to do to reach your...

The 5 steps to deal with letdown when you have ADHD

The 5 steps to deal with letdown when you have ADHD

There is an article on the Untapped Brilliance blog called ‘ADHD and Letting People Down.’ It talks about why classic ADHD behaviour like forgetfulness, low motivation and missing deadlines can mean, despite your best intentions, that people in your life feel let...

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