1 Word: Your Focus for the Year

Your Word for the Year Do you choose a word for the year? Many people, including me, choose a word as their focus for the year. They keep that word in mind throughout the year as they make choices and decisions for themselves. Last year, for instance, my word was “me”. I recognized that I […]

Lifestyle Changes; An Alternative

Lifestyle Changes; An Alternative There have been some researchers and experts who say that goal setting doesn’t work for the average person with ADHD. Here are their general thoughts: Goals act as shiny objects, a temporary distraction that can cause excitement at first. Goals, as we seek to reach them, can cause anxiety. The good […]

Food and Anxiety

food, anxiety, social anxiety, ADHD

It’s That Time of Year Thanksgiving is almost here, and soon after that it will be Christmas. (Or Kwanzaa or Hanukkah.) And with all of that celebrating comes time spent with family, friends, loved ones, and probably some people we’d rather do without. Parties, special dinners, get togethers – they all involve eating. And sometimes […]

Do You Need Thanksgiving Help?

Thanksgiving, turkey, meal

Please Tell Me I’m Not the Only One Please tell me you’re cooking Thanksgiving dinner too. If you are, I have a gift just for you! And if you’re not – lucky you. Either way, I am here to help. Be sure to Pin this to your Thanksgiving board. That way, you always know where it […]

Cupcakes and Potato Chips

Note: I was recently made aware that the link that was provided to me was incorrect. It has been changed and should work now. Did you know that your eating habits could be influenced by your ADHD? And that it can be harder to lose weight if you have ADHD? Not only that, but binge […]