Allergies and ADHD

Do you have allergies and ADHD? I know I do, as does the rest of my family. In general, I’ve noticed that a lot of people who have ADHD also have allergies of one kind or another. Did you know that allergies can make ADHD symptoms worse? And that studies have shown a link between […]

The Power of Planning Ahead

The idea for this post came from the fact that I have been sitting at my desk for the past 15 minutes trying to decide what to write about. So it’s kind of ironic that I’m going to tell you to start planning ahead and putting more structure in your lives, since I obviously don’t […]

Talking About Talking

Do you talk too much? Or find the need to explain more than necessary? Interrupt much? I am guilty of all of the above. I am sure it is an ADD thing. For instance, if someone asks me where I live (as in which state) I usually give them the long version – where I’m […]

The Power of Habits

You know lately we’ve spent a lot of time on this blog talking about alternatives to prescription medications for managing ADHD symptoms. Treating ADHD, with medication or other methods, is not the entire answer. When your symptoms become less bothersome, they need to be supported with good habits. Good habits have the power to make […]

Med Free with ADD Program

I have been working like crazy these last few weeks, putting the finishing touches on my Med Free with ADD Program. The program is a holistic, natural approach to managing ADD symptoms. I know I’ve been neglecting ADD Moms and all of my readers, but I promise that will change tomorrow – as soon as […]

Med Free with ADD Launches April 14!

I’m taking some time off to spend with my daughter Sarah who’s visiting from Michigan this weekend. I did want to let you know, though, that my new program, Med Free with ADD is set to launch on Tuesday, April 14, 2009. For more details, fill out the box on the right. Have a great […]