ADD in the Family

The other day on Facebook, I asked my friends for some ideas of what to write about in this blog. If you’ve got ideas, please leave a comment and let me know. It’s hard thinking up what to write every day! I got a lot of good ideas, including this one from Tamara Clay Wilson: […]

Write It Down

Do you sometimes feel, as I do right now, completely overwhelmed by all that you have to do, remember and take care of? Right now I feel like I’ve got a million things that need my attention, all at once. What usually happens in that case is that you feel overwhelmed and don’t know where […]

That Negative Voice

You know, as ADDers, we tend to struggle with our self esteem. It’s hard not to when you face the kinds of challenges we face on a daily basis. I think many of us live with a negative voice running through our head, evaluating everything we do or say and pointing out our mistakes and […]

Irlen Syndrome: My Thoughts

After posting about Irlen Syndrome the other day, I wanted to do some further research and give you my thoughts. Keep in mind I am not a medical professional, so I am speaking from my own experiences. I did some further research on Irlen Syndrome and found that there are differing opinions on whether or […]

Irlen Syndrome

I had never heard of Irlen Syndrome until a few days ago when a woman named Amy Lombardo contacted me with some information. Amy tells me that many children who have ADHD and reading problems may be affected by Irlen Syndrome and that it is a condition that medical professionals and educators are largely unaware […]


If you follow me on Facebook, you would know that yesterday I spent the greater part of it in my car running errands (including a kind of creepy part when this undercover police car from Wisconsin kept showing up everywhere I went. I live in Indiana.) I bet I drove 100 miles or more yesterday, […]