ADD Moms: Basic Home Care

Once you get the concept of self care and how important it is, you can begin to get your home in better order. And no, don’t try it the other way. We as women are conditioned to put ourselves last; it doesn’t work that way. Once you are feeling your best and addressing your needs, […]

ADD Moms: Basic Care

I get a lot of emails from moms, especially new moms who are trying to balance taking care of their children, running a house, and managing their ADHD symptoms. So if that description fits you (or even if it doesn’t) here are some tips for you: Any change in your life can throw you off […]

Lessons for the ADD Mom

As ADD Moms, one of the biggest challenges we face is getting what needs to be done, done without making ourselves crazier in the process. We are easily distracted, after all, and without some structure in place, our days often come to an end with nothing really accomplished. I don’t have a magic wand that […]

Happy Little Creative Mom

Happy Little Mom is the very first ADD Mom to show off her creative side. Happy expresses her creativity through knitting. She is self taught and says that when she gets into it, she can really start hyperfocusing. Hyperfocus is when you are so involved with something that you lose track of time and the […]

ADD Ramblings

This morning about 10 am I sat down to write today’s post. It is now almost 8 pm and I am just getting to it. This is classic ADD behavior. It started when I read an email from my friend Rory Stern about the dangers of isolation when you have ADHD or are the parent […]

Iron for ADHD

Did you know that taking iron (ferritin) supplements can be beneficial for people with ADHD if their iron levels are low? A recent French study found that 84% of children between the ages of 4 – 14 who had been diagnosed with ADHD had significantly low iron levels. Iron is an essential element in helping […]