ADHD and Wellness

One of the sessions I attended at the 2019 Annual International Conference on ADHD was about ADHD and wellness. The presenters focused on the four pillars of wellness – nutrition, sleep, exercise and stress.  Wellness is important to managing ADHD. We must eat...

KISS – Keep it Simple Sweetheart

Having ADHD myself and coaching people affected by ADHD over the years I recognized that we have a habit of creating complicated systems and processes that get in our way. The problem is follow-through. It is exciting to set up the system because it is “Bright, shiny...

ADHD and Shame

As an ADHD coach I work with adults and college students affected by ADHD. I have noticed that both populations feel shame regarding ADHD. ADHD can be a life long struggle. Throughout life you hear negative messages from people and from yourself about your ability to...

ADHD and Resiliency – Getting Back on the Horse

Living with ADHD is a frustrating experience and it can often be discouraging. Things don’t happen as we plan them to. There is lots of disappointment. It can be as if we keep falling off the horse we are riding through life. This is true but it is not all. We do fall...

Busy Can Be Good

I often coach entrepreneurs affected by ADHD. They all seem to fall into the same trap. They are behind in their work and desperate to get something done so they wait for a completely open day they have and plan to get a lot done that day. Usually they don’t. However,...