ADHD and Addictions

Edited 3/25/18. Addiction and alcoholism among senior citizens is more common now than ever. Be sure to note the resources below. Did you know that addictions are very common among people who have ADHD? It’s true. It often comes from self medicating – an attempt to control your symptoms of ADHD or anxiety or depression. […]

Well Duh!

Do you ever have those “well, duh!” moments? You know, when you’ve been trying to solve a problem or are struggling with something and then somehow you see the solution? And it’s easy and simple and you wonder why you didn’t think of it? Cause it was staring you in the face. Yep, that’s an […]

Keeping Those New Years Resolutions

Did you make New Years resolutions this year? And if you did, how are you doing with them? It’s almost 3 weeks into the new year. Have you abandoned your resolutions already? This whole idea of keeping or maintaining New Years resolutions is part of a discussion over at Life Well Lived at BlogHer. You […]

Are You Getting in Your Own Way?

What areas in your life are you having trouble with? Right now a lot of my areas center around my desk and my computer. The account I keep meaning to cancel. The stuff I keep meaning to check on. Writing my blogs and my newsletter. I was thinking about all of that today and why […]

Why Women Need Fat

Following is a book review for “Why Women Need Fat” by William D. Lassek, M.D. and Steven J.C. Gaulin, PhD. I was compensated for the review, but the opinions are mine. You may wonder how that is relevant to a blog about women who have Attention Deficit Disorder. In fact, it is very relevant. If […]

Once a Month

I have been feeling super productive and organized lately. (Don’t worry. I’m sure it won’t last long. ;)) I’ve put a new budget plan in place and vowed not to give up when it doesn’t work right the first time. I am anticipating that I will make mistakes but instead of quitting and calling it […]