ADHD workbook

Getting Started with Your ADHD WorkBook/PlayBook !

Getting started is difficult for some who have or think they have ADHD, so I need to offer some strategies for getting started with your ADHD workbook!   Go get the workbook and open the table of contents. Really, right…

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Organizing for a New Volunteer Role: Your Checklist

You’re working full time or own your business and you’ve decided to volunteer in one of your industry associations. What do you need to think about, to do your best at both, not burnout, and know you’ve made a difference…

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Adult Students Who Work: Organize to Do Your Best

Adult students who work: You’ve been to school before, so this should be familiar, right? Attending classes, working and fitting in time for household and family time.  That depends on how long it’s been since you were in school. And…

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Email Overload at Home

Email overload. How can we realistically save, remember, feel like we get meaning from, and not delete what we know we’ll want to find again someday. And THEN, that spicket or fountain opens up again tomorrow and there’s MORE flowing…

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Work AND Summertime Schedule: 15 Ideas to Mix Them Together

Summertime and it’s beautiful …. outside! It’s hard to pay attention to work if you’re working from home in particular, isn’t it. Summer is precious here in the northeast U.S. As I write, it’s rainy but GREEN. The geese are…

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Saying No: 10 Ways !

Saying no: We always hear: “No” is a complete sentence. For some people, that’s easier than others. This video gives you many ways to say no, without saying no. Try them out and see what fits, comfortable, and which you can…

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