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 […]

ADHD After Dark

ADHD after dark isn’t just a book about sex. It’s also a book about relationships, and intimacy. which is not one of my strong points. Initially, I was going to call this episode something funny like, “Lets talk about (ADHD) SEX.” ┬áJust to get people’s attention. Then I decided to behave like a professional and […]

A Career Coach Specializing in ADHD

Shell Mendelson is a career coach specializing in ADHD adults. I sat down with her to record a podcast about how ADHDers can find meaningful work. And I got a coaching session out of it! Trained by Richard Bolles, Mendelson has coached and counseled thousands of adults with ADHD through career and life transitions. Her […]

Identity, Boundaries and Communication

Recently I sat down to talk identity, boundaries and communication with ADHD coach Samantha Cooper. I first met Samantha on Instagram, and I immediately liked her quiet but informed vibe. In social media land often the loudest mouth wins. So I was really excited when I noticed she would be presenting at this year’s Annual […]

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 […]

Master Your Habits (Even with ADHD)

  There are tons of posts out there screaming at you, How to Master Your habits with ADHD, or something similar. In the words of Gretchen Rubin, “Habits eliminate the need for self control.” But I’ve begun to question whether an ADHD adult forms habits in the same way as a neurotypical adult. In my […]

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 […]