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, […]

Meals: Planning Ahead

Note: This is an old post and the Lifeskills Planner is no longer available. However, you can get a free copy of my meal planner, plus 2 grocery shopping lists and more in the Library. Just fill out the form at the bottom of this page. Today is Thursday, the day I do my meal […]

It’s A Dinner Revolution!

You know sometimes I write about meal preparation and the importance of a good balanced diet. Those things may not seem to be related to ADHD but they really are. A good diet is essential for maintaining your body and brain health. A healthier brain functions better and if you’re making sure to include lean […]

Does ADHD Make You Look Fat?

If you’re one of those size 2 ADD Moms, feel free to skip this article. But if losing weight is a challenge for you, you might be interested to know that your ADHD is part of the problem. Consider some of the typical symptoms of ADHD: impulsive behavior, lack of focus, poor planning skills and […]

The Trip to the Grocery Store

The Trip to the Grocery Store

When I was a kid, my mom would start thinking about dinner right after lunch. She would figure out what she was going to make and then inevitably have to run to the grocery store for one or more items that she needed. This happened every day. When I got old enough to drive, it […]

Feeding the Family with ADHD

The other day I told someone the story about the time I invited 10 people to Christmas dinner and realized around midnight on Christmas eve that I hadn’t been to the grocery store in about 2 weeks. No milk, no eggs, no bread – much less turkey and the trimmings. And let me tell you, […]