The Gift of ADD

I’ve been through some rough times personally lately, due to my daughter’s illness. Most of my time has been spent at the hospital, and as a result, everything else has been somewhat neglected. I was beating myself up over it the other day, when some of my daughter’s friends came to visit because the house […]

The ADD Pantry

This Tuesday’s Ten Minute Tip will be in written form rather than audio. Usually when I record my tips, I’m home alone, but because it’s a holiday, I have my son and husband here, and I feel a little foolish recording in front of them. Silly, I know, but true. This Tuesday’s tip is about […]

Do As I Say

Sometimes I should listen to my own advice. Many times, I’ve advised you to learn to stay in the moment, to focus on what’s happening right now rather than thinking about future events. Just last week, I talked about ADD minimums and learning what you need in order to function at your baseline level. Ironically, […]

ADHD Minimum Requirements

I’m a big fan of Jennifer Louden. Jennifer has written a number of books, including “Comfort Secrets for Women” and “The Life Organizer”. One of the most useful ideas that I have found in her books is the idea of minimum requirements. Minimum requirements can be daily, weekly, monthly, or even yearly. Jennifer defines a […]