How Do You Unwind?

Like many of you, I have the “gift” of anxiety along with my ADHD. A few months ago, I was honored to be chosen as the ADD Expert. So that meant writing an additional 20 articles each month in addition to this blog, my newsletter, and just life. Then shortly afterwards my 90 year […]

Dragging Yourself Out of Bed

I bet you jump out of bed each morning before the alarm even goes off. Maybe you don’t even need an alarm. If this is you, stop reading now. I have nothing to offer you. For those of you like me, who could always use an extra hour or two of sleep and who think […]

Dill and Caper Chicken

One of the categories on this blog used to be Pantry Meals. A pantry meal is one that you can keep in your cupboard and make quickly, like spaghetti. I’ve decided to expand the category and change the name to Recipes. ADD Moms is not a food blog. It’s a blog about ADHD and women, […]

The National Center for Learning Disabilities

Last week I had the chance to connect with other (mostly) mom bloggers and a representative from the National Center on Learning Disabilities. The call was about learning disabilities, including ADHD, how they are perceived by the general public, and how we can make some positive changes around this subject. I’ve raised a series of […]

The Procrastinator’s Handbook

I’m currently reading The Procrastinators Handbook by Rita Emmett. I got my copy at Barnes and Noble, but it’s available at most book stores. I’m only a few pages into the book but I am already reaping benefits from it. One of the things that Ms. Emmett says is that procrastination is a habit, not […]

New Coaching Program!

I just wanted to give everyone a quick heads up on a new coaching program that I am currently working on. I hope to have it available by the end of the month. This (as yet unnamed) program is unlike anything you have ever seen! This time we’re going to go deep when it comes […]