ADHD and Clocks

ADHD and Clocks

This morning my kitchen clock was running slow. When I realized it was running 10 minutes slow, I thought, “I don’t have time to change the battery right now. I’ll just remember it’s slower.” Here’s the interesting thing, I only sort of remembered. Intellectually I...

A Zoom Meeting Tip

A Zoom Meeting Tip

A UK parish council meeting (held on Zoom) has gone viral, and the star is Jackie Weaver. Jackie became the star because of her calm, matter of fact way she handled the rude, argumentative councilors who were directing their anger towards her. If you are curious to...

ADHD And The Groundhog Day Cycle

ADHD And The Groundhog Day Cycle

February 2nd is Groundhog Day! Tradition has it that Groundhogs can predict whether winter will continue or spring will come early. In the 1993 movie, Groundhog Day, Bill Murray plays a grumpy TV meteorologist. He is sent to Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania to report on...

How to Prioritize Self-Care When You Have ADHD

How to Prioritize Self-Care When You Have ADHD

The term self-care can conjure up images of luxury spa treatments and exotic island retreats. In reality though, self-care is about practical day to day actions that make sure you are well looked after. Self-Care is care for you by you.  It is knowing what your needs...

8 Reasons Why Adults with ADHD Feel Stupid

8 Reasons Why Adults with ADHD Feel Stupid

I hate the word 'stupid' but I put it in the title because that is how many people with ADHD describe themselves. The ADHDers I have met (which are a LOT at this point), are bright, intelligent, sharp, smart, wise, good company and wickedly funny. Clearly there is a...

14 Ways to Eliminate Afternoon Crashes For ADHDers

14 Ways to Eliminate Afternoon Crashes For ADHDers

Between 2 pm and 4 pm, Adults with ADHD often experience afternoon crashes. Everyone experience afternoon slumps to some degree; where you feel mentally, physically and emotionally exhausted. However, there are factors in the ADHDers’ life; which means you don’t just...

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

1 DECEMBER 2021 UPDATE: The challenge is coming up again! You can join here to get the date announcement and enrollment link when it is released (happening very soon!!!) : https://www.facebook.com/groups/untappedbrilliance... Last December I hosted a free challenge...

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...

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