Money and ADHD

Managing money (and managing it well) can be extremely difficult when you have ADHD. And by managing money, I don’t mean retirement funds and stock options. I mean plain old day to day keeping track of the money so the bills get paid on time and there’s some left at the end of the month. […]

5 Tips to Manage Your Time More Effectively

Do you ever get to the end of the day and wonder what you did with all of the hours between? I know I have. It’s hard to believe that 12 or more hours have passed and the things that you can think of that you did take up only a few. Where does our […]

Look for the Pain

As ADD Moms, we have a lot to do. There is a house to keep and people to take care of and lots of other things in between. And when you have ADHD, all of that – or even some of that – can be overwhelming. It’s no fun to clean the house, especially when […]

Real Solutions

One of my favorite blogs is Small Notebook. The site owner, Rachel Meeks, always has good practical tips on her site about everything from organizing to cleaning and budgeting. Plus she’s all about simplifying your life, which is an idea that I love. I’ve been really trying in the past few months to reduce the […]

Feeding Your Family

Feeding your family is a big job, especially if you cook most meals and are on a budget. Because our monthly grocery bill is about as much as our house payment, I’ve been looking for ways to shop well for less. There are a lot of resources out there that you can take advantage of […]

ADHD and Finances

Among the struggles that people with ADHD have, managing money ranks right up there at the top. Our forgetfulness, lack of attention, risk taking and impulsive behaviors can all add up to trouble with money. Some of us are lucky to live with someone who can handle the finances for us. That’s a real blessing […]