Body Doubling for ADHD

  Body Doubling for ADHD is one of the most underutilized tools out there. I’ve been doing it for years successfully, so I have no idea why more people aren’t trying it. According to author Patricia Quinn, MD, “A body double is someone who sits with a person with ADHD while they perform tasks that […]

ADHD Home Management

  Several years ago when I was writing more posts about homemaking someone suggested I produce an ADHD Home Management binder. I laughed. A lot. Because I am absolutely not an expert on managing a home with or without ADHD. But I will say I’ve come to terms with how ADHD affects my ability to […]

Stop Wasting Time on To-Do Lists

  Stop wasting time with to-do lists. Just stop. To-do lists are generally quite long, because they are aspirational.  Long lists lead to overwhelm and inaction when you have ADHD. I should know, I used to make these super detailed to-do lists because I couldn’t depend on my working memory to recall what needed to […]

Crush Your Limiting Beliefs

Before I launched the ADHD Enclave I spent approximately three years working through my own limiting beliefs. And when I say working through, I mean talking to therapists and a coach who both helped me to get my head on straight. My fears ranged from practical to totally paranoid. Here are some of them: Nobody […]

Letting Go and Moving On

When you title something letting go and moving on, it sounds sort of sad. But really this is not a sad post. It’s not a post about ADHD either. Or at least, not directly. If you’d rather listen, here is the recorded version. We with ADHD often see things in black and white ways, so […]

5 Reasons Why ADHD Adults Hate Mornings

  ** This post contains affiliate links. This means that if you click on a link and then make a purchase this site might get a small commission. This commission will not cost you anything and will be used to support the site.   Mornings suck in my house. From what I can tell, most […]

Join Me at the 2019 ADHD Conference

You probably think I’m joking but I’m not, YOU should join me the 2019 ADHD Conference. I wrote about my first Conference experience in 2017. I had so much fun I’ve gone back each year since. This year’s Annual International Conference on ADHD will be taking place November 7-9th in Philadelphia, PA. If you have […]

Six Dynamic Tools for ADHD Women

Believe it or not, an ADHD diagnosis is not the end of the world. There are some available tools for ADHD women that can make your life so much better. I have a membership group. We talk about almost every topic under the sun in our group from mood swings to our significant others to […]

How To Beat The Negative Thought Vortex

You can beat the negative thought vortex of ADHD, you just need to understand why it’s happening and what you can do about it. Life with ADHD can be challenging.  Am I right? It is very common for ADHD women to struggle with negative self-talk and emotional regulation. I myself struggle with this. Not only […]

4 Ways for ADHD Women to Have More Self-Compassion

ADHD and Self-Compassion are not often discussed together, but they can coexist. Most ADHD women actually lack self-compassion. It just isn’t top of mind in our day-to-day lives. If you would rather listen than read, here is the audio version of ADHD Women and Self-Compassion.   You get the diagnosis, and then you are pretty […]