Boy Without Instructions

I have the pleasure today of reviewing a book written by a colleague of mine, Penny Williams. It’s called “Boy Without Instructions” and it’s Penny’s account of raising her son, nicknamed Ricochet, and helping him make his way through school and life with ADHD, Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), and other challenges. Ricochet is a gifted […]

Win a One Hour Phone Call with Me!

This give away has ended but you may still leave comments for informational purposes. Thank you.   How would you like to spend an hour with me, talking about your particular issues with ADHD and coming up with some strategies? How would you like to spend an hour with me – for free? I’m giving […]

The Easiest Way to Improve Your Focus

Yep, that’s right. One of the easiest ways to improve your focus is to drink water, preferably throughout the day. And preferably from a glass or reusable container rather than a plastic bottle cause there are way too many in our landfills already. When you are well hydrated your ability to think clearly is improved. […]

Are You Phone Phobic?

That might seem to be a silly question when everyone you know has a cellphone, but those of us with ADHD often have trouble talking on the phone, especially when it’s a business type of call. When you have ADHD, it can be hard to conduct a conversation, remember all of the things that you […]

Feed Your ADHD

My family and I have completely fallen in love with this dish from Ambitious Kitchen. I mean, just look at it!     The colors, the taste, the variety, and the textures. Oh my. And there’s no meat. The quinoa, peanut butter, and cashews provide the protein. I’ve made it twice as the only thing […]

That Pile of Papers

You know you have one somewhere – a great big old messy pile of papers. Maybe it’s bills, or things you mean to read, or just stuff that collects. It’s part of having ADHD. Trying to file things where they make sense doesn’t always work for us, because we might categorize the same thing differently […]