light therapy

Starting to feel sluggish and a little blue? Don’t fret, it’s normal. Especially if you’re an adult with ADHD. If you know me well, then you no doubt know that my favorite season is spring. Come April, I’m as happy as can be! The weather warms up, there’s lots of sun, and things are alive […]


light therapy

If you know me well, then you no doubt know that my favorite season is Spring.Come April, I’m as happy as can be! The weather warms up, there’s lots of sun, and things are alive and growing. Even if it rains, the birds still chirp and the worms still come out. I admit that I’ve […]


ADHDmanagement.com Podcast

The Virtual AD/HD Conference Podcast Series is a special edition of the ADHDmanagement.com Podcast.   “I just don’t feel like I’m living up to my potential!” I’ve heard this statement uttered by so many adults with ADHD! Underachievement is the one word most associated with adult ADHDers in relating to their job (or their schoolwork). […]


ADHDmanagement.com Podcast

The Virtual AD/HD Conference Podcast Series is a special edition of the ADHDmanagement.com Podcast.   Shame is an emotion that people with ADHD are all to familiar with. For many people with ADHD, it doesn’t take much to trigger a response of shame. Sometimes it’s the feeling that you should have started something sooner when you […]


ADHDmanagement.com Podcast

Welcome to the 2012 Virtual AD/HD Conference Podcast Series, a special edition of the ADHDmanagement.com Podcast! I always laugh when someone tells me to “think outside the box.” I have ADHD. So I don’t need to think outside the box. I LIVE outside the box! I think most people with ADHD know what I mean. […]


ADHD Thought Sweetspot

Think you can’t control your thoughts? Hmmm. Did you wet your pants today? Did you cry and stomp your feet today over anything? No. You’ve learned to control your bladder. And your temper (well, mostly). And you can learn to control your thoughts to reap HUGE benefits. To wit, imagine if you could: Power up […]


lint trap ADHD

Nobody wants to do something that’s boring or uncomfortable, so it comes as no surprise when we put off unsavory tasks such as cleaning out the lint trap in the dryer. But what if the only way you could achieve happiness and success was to clean out the lint trap 50 times per day every […]


adhd-technology-overwhelm

There are always ways to reduce overwhelm when dealing with all parts of ADHD management and life. Technology is no different. And in this age of focal disaster, I felt it was my duty to at least provide a short guide on how to reduce your overwhelm while using technology. 1. Keeping up with Email Keeping […]


ADHD Podcast

In our latest podcast, tech expert and guest contributor Mark Kawate joins me to talk about using technology to help manage your ADHD. Mark talks to us about smart phones, apps, websites, and more that you’ll definitely want to check out! Take a listen to: Find out which smart phone Mark recommends Discover some apps […]


ADHD leaving office

One of the biggest challenges that I see in my ADHD clients is that they don’t know how to clearly separate their work time from their personal time. They take their home issues to work, and bring their work issues home. Often times, they don’t see it as a problem. But I’ve been coaching adults […]