When you make a change in your life—presumably to better manage your ADHD—what’s the hardest part? If you ask me, the hardest part of making any change is the stage in the process in which you are guaranteed to be uncomfortable. Making a positive, lasting change in your life isn’t easy. If it was, we’d […]


In honor of International Women’s Day, I’d like to give a shout out to all the women with ADHD. And although we dearly love all the girls, boys, and men with ADHD, let’s take this opportunity to celebrate the women with ADHD. There are plenty of us out there, even though you may not run […]


Let’s be fair – sometimes there are habits that we’ve built through our ADHD that can be a challenge to overcome. From saving money to developing better social skills, the goals are out there… but they can feel impossible to reach. Over the next few minutes I’m going to introduce you to what makes up […]


Last month, I finally caved. I said good-bye to my beloved Blackberry and hello to my new iPhone. But I was disappointed at first. I had it for all of a day before I posted on Facebook and asked my friends to tell me what was so special about the iPhone, because I couldn’t see […]


I was sitting with my Managing Director and Creative Director, talking about the year so far. It’s what they call a ‘Review’ in the corporate world. “You’re on the cusp of great things,” my Managing Director said as he turned to me. “You just need to really nail down these last few things. Once you’ve […]


Our guest on the latest ADHDmanagement.com Podcast is Dr. Ari Tuckman, who talks to us about ADHD and Executive Functions. Take a listen to: Find out what executive functions are Discover the specific executive functions weaknesses that adults with ADHD deal with Pick up some helpful tips and strategies for managing adult ADHD that take […]


I wanted to start by saying thank you to ADHDManagement.com for their commitment to our community of ADHDers. My adult life as an ADHDer has been made easier by incorporating a combination of specific apps into my personal multi-pronged ADHD management approach. My overall goal is to further the ADHD community as a whole, so I […]


Your perspective on yourself and the world around you can make all the difference between living a life focused on challenges, or one focused on possibilities. It is crucial to living a life of fulfillment! Your perspective determines what choices you have in life: you are less likely to see all the choices that may […]


Last week I was a guest on ADHD Support Talk Radio with Tara McGillicuddy. We had a lively discussion about New Year’s Resolutions, and why I’m not a big fan of them for adults with ADHD. Take a listen to discover: Why I don’t recommend New Year’s Resolutions for Adults with ADHD How New Year’s […]


Happy New Year! Another year has gone by and it’s officially 2012. And as a new year begins, so does the pressure for a fitter, trimmer, more productive, more successful, more organized you. It exhausting just thinking about all the things you want to accomplish this year, isn’t it? It’s tempting to create a resolution […]