5 Things I Learned at the ADDA Conference

Attending the 14th Annual ADDA Conference was amazing! I met so many wonderful, talented people and learned so very much! I’ll be sharing more specific details in the next week or so, but today I thought I would start out with just a few things that I learned. First a few pics. 🙂 This is […]

Breakfast and Your ADHD

Im sure you’ve heard it said that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. And yet, many people, ADHD or not, tend to skip breakfast or rely on a bagel or piece of toast and coffee to get them through the morning. If you eat a light breakfast like a piece of toast […]

ADDA Conference!

The 2013 ADDA (Attention Deficit Disorder Association) Conference is this week from July 18 – 21. I will be going along with a good friend, DeShawn Wert from Your ADD Answers. I will be learning so much on this trip and meeting so many important people in the field of ADHD. Sari Solden is the […]

Organizing Your Closet

So this past week my 90 year old dad moved out of his 91 year old lady friend’s house. They “needed a break”. Turns out he’s decided to move in with us, which is cool. As we were setting up his bedroom, I noticed how different he is from me and my family. My dad […]

Do You Plan Your Weekly Meals?

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My mom (who had ADHD) was never a planner or a list maker. For her, dinner started around 1:00 in the afternoon when she started wondering what was for dinner. Sometimes she had things in the freezer, but with no microwave and no plan, that didn’t help much. Enter the daily trip to the store. […]

Fielding a Curve Ball

Sometimes life throws you a curveball – something pops up from left field (are you loving the baseball references here?) and throws your well planned (or not so well planned) life completely out of whack. I have recently fielded a few curve balls myself, so let me share some tips for handling them. First, your […]