The Power Journaling for Moms with ADHD

Keeping a journal is a wonderful activity for moms with ADHD, it allows you to reflect on your life regularly. It becomes more obvious where your challenges lie when you have to put your experiences down on paper. As a mom with ADHD, there can be a huge amount of activity going on in your mind on a daily […]

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Tips For Running Errands With A Child with ADHD

Running errands with your child with ADHD may seem difficult or overwhelming at times, especially when you are running certain errands that may not interest your children; such as paying bills or having the oil changed on your automobile. However, with the three following strategies you can avoid the madness and get things done and even enjoy the time you spend […]

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Organization Skills for Kids with ADHD: School, Chores, & Time Management

From setting deadlines to keeping school supplies in order, chores and organization skills are important for a child with ADHD. Here are some organizational strategies you can use to improve these skills at home.   Organize Your Lists In Logical Order: To take some chaos out of projects, homework, and chores, work with your child […]

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ADHD-Friendly Ways to Save Money During The Holidays

Adults with ADHD tend to over spend especially during the holidays. There is no way around it Christmas is expensive or at least it can be if you don’t prepare yourself. This blog contains some of my own money saving tips and to hopefully alleviate some stress of spending so that you can have more fun […]

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