ADHD and binocular vision disorders

ADHD and binocular vision disorders

Today's article is actually a video interview with one of my past clients and course members, Noel Jones. Noel discovered she had ADHD when she was 48 years old. She worked hard to manage and treat her ADHD symptoms, yet some of her challenges weren't improving....

How to Get Out of Bed When You Have ADHD

How to Get Out of Bed When You Have ADHD

Getting out of bed in the morning is an essential part of life. Many people do it without ever giving it much thought. It is just something they do, like breathing. However, people with ADHD give the topic lots of thought! This is because  it doesn’t always come...

ADHD and Dump Dinners

ADHD and Dump Dinners

If you haven't heard of Dump Dinners before, you might think any meal with the word 'dump' in it doesn't sound appealing! However, in this case, 'dump' has a positive meaning. 'Dump' doesn't refer to flavor or quality of the ingredients. It refers to the meal prep...

ADHD and Bullet Journals

ADHD and Bullet Journals

I often get asked, 'Which planner is best when you have ADHD?' or 'What do you think of planner X for someone with ADHD?' The best planner is one that works for you.  So if you are a big fan of planner X, then keep using it! But usually, the people asking these...

7 Tips to Avoid Post Holiday Blues

7 Tips to Avoid Post Holiday Blues

There are some people with ADHD who don’t like the holidays and can’t wait to get back to normal. There are other ADHDers who find the holidays exciting and enjoy every moment; but then, when they are over, they experience a big emotional low. The build up to the...

The ADHDers Gift Guide

The ADHDers Gift Guide

If your mind usually goes blank when a loved one asks what you would like for Christmas, this wish list will give you ideas. The 10 items will help you and your ADHD, so that 2023 is a really awesome year for you. In order for an item to be included, it had to be...

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)....

10 Ways a Plan can help ADHD!

10 Ways a Plan can help ADHD!

You properly know that having a plan to follow when you have ADHD is helpful. Either because you have heard/read about all the benefits. Or from first-hand experience because once in a while you have been able to create a plan and follow it. Here are 10 Ways a Plan...

Do You Have ADHD And Daytime Sleepiness?

Do You Have ADHD And Daytime Sleepiness?

Seventy-five percent of adults with ADHD have problems with sleep. The most common issues are getting to sleep, staying asleep, and waking up.  Another sleep problem for some ADHDers is falling asleep during the daytime at unusual times.  For example, in class, in...

ADHD and an Unusual Sense of Fairness

ADHD and an Unusual Sense of Fairness

A blog reader asked me about a trait that many ADHDers have... an "unusual sense of fairness". As I was replying to that email question, I realized it made a great article topic. People with ADHD have a very strong moral compass: They hate discrimination, dishonesty,...

Hey, I'm Jacqueline, your go-to ADHD coach on a mission to help you Untap your ADHD brilliance.

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