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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Prioritizing Steps Video

Prioritizing: 2 Steps to Make it Easier

“Prioritizing.” As in: “I can’t prioritize my work, my days, my life.”  I’ve created this video, about 5 minutes long, fairly indepth, on this common and difficult topic. [I could write a book, but let’s at least get you started.] I…

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mind map your project

Break Down Your Project: Stop the Last Minute Rush

How do you not let deadlines sneak up on you? How do you not stay up until midnight writing a school paper? People say “just work backwards.” How do you DO that? Here are several ways with the exact steps….

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12 Strengths or Positives of Having ADHD

ADHD strengths and postives: As I listened to Dr. Ed Hallowell of The Hallowell Centers at the international, virtual ADHD Expo,  I was struck by his use of the word “condition” instead of “disorder.” Dr. Hallowell [psychiatrist] is the person people…

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ADHD Awareness Expo Info – and My Topic This Year!

The ADHD Awareness Expo returns! October is ADHD Awareness Month and the ADD / ADHD Community will be coming together online at the 9th Annual Online ADHD Awareness Expo. Some of the World’s Leading ADD / ADHD Experts will be…

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rabbit hole of time

Fall into Your “Rabbit Hole” Again? What to Do Instead.

Rabbit holes:  those places you fall into and use way more time than you expected. Like: You go to send just one email and end up in your email for an hour.  You’re self-employed, working out of a home office;…

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