editor's note adhdHello, ADHDers!

I wanted to take a moment to apologize for the lack of content on the site in the last couple of weeks. Sometimes, life gets in the way unexpectedly. Sick kids, sick selves, and family matters take priority. But no need to worry, because all of us here at ADHDmanagement.com are committed to being Your Go-to Guide for Managing Adult ADHD.

Our initial goal on the site was to provide new content on a daily basis, Monday through Friday. However, feedback from readers indicated that a new article every day was just a little too much to keep up with. And as the main person responsible for getting the content on the site, I can’t say I wasn’t happy to hear that. I have ADHD, too, you know, and less content means less late nights working for me!

So our goal now is to have about 3 new posts a week, including two informational and/or how-to pieces on managing adult ADHD, and one humorous or light-hearted piece. As of next week, we should be right on schedule. In the meantime, know that I’m thinking about you and eager to get back to my normal working schedule! (Really.)

As always, we appreciate your feedback. Feel free to tell us what you think in the comments.

All My Best,

P.S. Oh, by the way, did you know what we welcome your contributions to the site? We currently have 3 really wonderful contributors in Erin Korey, Rob Hanly, and Mark Kawate. We’ve also run a number of one-off articles by other professionals in the community.

So if you’re a professional in the world of ADHD or an adult with ADHD and something to say, then do take a look at our Guest Blog Post Guidelines, and don’t be shy about sending in your submission!


Jennifer Koretsky About Jennifer Koretsky

Jennifer Koretsky, SCAC is the Managing Partner of the ADD Management Group, LLC and Chief Executive Officer of ADHDmanagement.com. She is a Senior Certified ADHD Coach, and the author of Odd One Out: The Maverick's Guide to Adult ADD.


  1. Glad the ADHDmanagement family is recovered and I definitely sympathise. No need to over stress with excessive expectations. You’re already doing wonderful.
    We’re also looking forward to putting together a guest article for your site too. Still working at managing the stress of our own website. 😛