Fearless Living

Fearless Living, ADHD, fear

Note: This post contains an affiliate link. That means that if you buy this book through my link, Amazon sends me a small commission. It does not change the price to you, or my opinion of the book. Fearless Living, the Book I recently read a book by Rhonda Britten called “Fearless Living“. If you […]

You Need a Backup Plan

As ADD Moms, we are in charge of a lot. And as ADD Moms, sometimes it’s easy for us to forget something or just lose track of things. That’s why it’s especially important for us to have backup plans in place for the most critical areas of our lives. Flylady, for instance, recommends always keeping […]


OK, this week’s pantry meal is a bit of a no brainer, but after the week I had, it was all I could come up with. What You Need: A box of spaghetti A jar of spaghetti sauce Parmesan cheese Extras from the Freezer (optional) 1 lb hamburger Garlic bread

Stagnant: Inactive, Sluggish

Stagnant stag·nant ? ?/?stægn?nt/ Show Spelled[stag-nuhnt] Show IPA –adjective 1.not flowing or running, as water, air, etc. 2.stale or foul from standing, as a pool of water. 3.characterized by lack of development, advancement, or progressive movement: a stagnant economy. 4.inactive, sluggish, or dull. What does ADHD have to do with the word stagnant and a […]

Clear the Clutter; Change Your Life

I’ve been reading a lot of blogs lately that talk about clearing out excess stuff – clutter. The Nester over at The Nesting Place has been doing 31 Days to a Less Messy Nest all month and she has a lot of great ideas for clearing out and living with less, all the while keeping […]

ADHD Medication: Yes or No?

Almost everyone knows that ADHD can be effectively treated with medication, and yet I meet people all the time who ask me about alternative treatments. Why are people reluctant to take medication for their ADHD and are they doing the right thing by avoiding it? Research tells us that a combination of medication and ADD […]