ADHDmap

Organization and time management happen to be two of the biggest challenges for adults with ADHD. Part of the problem is that these are skills that just don’t come naturally to people with ADHD. Many of us have to learn them later in life, as adults, and often only after a lack of organization and […]


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Annoyed at always having to remember four different passwords for twelve different (online and offline) accounts? Login and password prompts pop up all over the place, and remembering what’s what can be challenging for an adult with ADHD. 1Password is a fully developed simplification and security app (on multiple platforms) that is the ultimate way […]


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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 […]


ADHD Boy Scout

In a talk that my friend and ADHD expert Dr. Ari Tuckman gave awhile back, he offered this piece of advice to adults with ADHD: “Give yourself less to worry about by being diligent and setting yourself up for success. Like the Boy Scouts,” he said, “be prepared.” I hear from a lot of significant […]


ADHD Organized Pantry

I’m going to be totally honest with you. My ADHD partner and I have a wonderful marriage. But like all couples, we fight. And yesterday, we had a big fight. “Oh my God,” you’re thinking. “Erin must have wrecked the car…or maybe Jen completely forgot about something really important…” Rest assured, it was nothing like […]


ADHD iPhone

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 […]


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The biggest mistake that I see adults with ADHD make is that they try to do things just like everyone else. But when you’re wired differently than the vast majority of the people around you, trying to be like everyone else just doesn’t work. The people around you–your friends, your coworkers, and certainly many members […]


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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 […]


Footwear on regiments

Does getting organized seem hopeless to you? Most adults with Attention Deficit spend lots of energy worrying about disorganization. That’s why I want to share an easy idea to help you start clearing the clutter today. It’s the small step approach to getting organized with Adult ADHD. If I’d paid more attention in school I […]


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As we head into the weekend, here’s what’s going on around the web in the world of ADHD! John McKenzie of Adult ADD and Money reminds us that now is a good time to get our financial documents in order for tax season. Jeff Siegel of Jeff’s ADD Mind explores the issue of adult ADHD […]