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Productivity, Parenting, and Education for Moms with Adult ADHD Are you overwhelmed by the never-ending to do list of motherhood? Are you burnt out and barely keeping your head above water? Are you confused and frustrated by how all the other moms make it look so easy? And somehow you're still floundering despite trying even harder... Your purse is as overflowing as your mind, you never feel like a good enough mom, and you don't dare have anyone over to visit to witness your messy home. You ...
 
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ADHD is NOT well understood by most doctors. I know, shocking, right? We often expect our doctors to be the "know all, be all, end all" of medical information, and as much as they want to help us... they just don't get the in-depth training necessary on every single area... And ADHD is one of them. This Q&A session covers my top recommendations whe…
 
How am I going to teach my kid to be good at stuff that even I'm not good at? Today's episode is an ADHD Q&A session focused on helping you find ways to teach your child the important life skills they need to be responsible adults. Okay, so maybe you aren't great at being on time or keeping up with laundry or remembering someone's name...but there …
 
Showing our kids success with ADHD is 100% obtainable for them is NOT impossible. Today is Part 2 of a conversation I was lucky enough to have with my friend Katelyn Mabry. (If you missed us last week go check out Episode 117 and hurry back!) Katelyn's a special education teacher and author who grew up having an ADHD diagnosis and that led her to w…
 
When we approach ADHD with empathy and understanding everyone wins. Today I chat with special education teacher and author Katelyn Mabry about her experience growing up with an ADHD diagnosis, which led her down the path of teaching. Her ADHD influences how she approaches teaching, and how she navigates being a mother with ADHD. Katelyn shares some…
 
Hold up...You're telling me we can harness the power of our cycles by syncing our activities with our hormone and energy fluctuations!? Can we say mind blown? When I learned how cycle syncing helps women create a lifestyle based on their own body's natural flow of hormonal changes, I was hooked. And then, finding out how our menstrual cycles & our …
 
All right, today we're talking about the elephant in the room: MENSTRUAL CYCLES. I know, I know - not everyone's favorite subject! But it's something we all deal with so we might as well discuss how our hormones and our periods affect us as mamas with ADHD. When you think about hormones, think about HOW MUCH your body has evolved through your life.…
 
If you didn't know - Fishbowl allows users to have live conversations with the audience! This episode features some great convos with people just like you! This Part 2 of my convo with the amazing Jessi Romero is FULL of great advice and juicy ideas that will really help ADHD moms and really ANYONE with ADHD. We cover great tips on: Ideas on organi…
 
Would you be willing to do a live interview in front of 800+ people? Our new friend Jessi Romero jumped right in with me as we hosted a fantastic LIVE chat on Fishbowl about overcoming and succeeding in the workplace when you have ADHD. Was it luck or was it all of the awesome ADHD Brains that joined together that made this episode so motivating? N…
 
Scatterbrained. Distracted. Overwhelmed. Drowning. No motivation. There's a framework for that! I know why your day feels so chaotic and out of control as a mom with ADHD because I am a mom with ADHD. We'll dive into the frequent ways our ADHD derails us. Then I have three words for you: TIME. MANAGEMENT. MASTERY. For a lot of moms, managing their …
 
Several mamas have asked for more details around Time Management Mastery for ADHD Moms, and maybe you've been thinking the same thing... Is this class right for you? I'm sharing 8 questions and answers to help you make the best decision possible. Sign up for Time Management Mastery for ADHD Moms at bit.ly/adhdframework by Sept 30th!…
 
Does your day ever feel like you're trying to bake cookies without a recipe and have no idea what's in the pantry? Do we have any clean bowls? What's the oven temp? How do I only have 3 chocolate chips??? And why does everyone else get a laminated recipe card and a fully stocked pantry? Sometimes it can feel like we just can't manage in the real wo…
 
Ouch! Taking responsibility for our ADHD brains can sting a little. But it's not hopeless! Just because it's hard doesn't mean we can't set meaningful goals and achieve the things we really want. Today is round two with ADHD Life Coach Jessica Heimsoth. She shares: The REAL reason many people with ADHD don't reach their goals The LIES we frequently…
 
What do you do when you are struggling to meet a goal and aren’t sure what to do next? There is help available! An ADHD Coach can help you find a tailored solution to overcome your obstacles. Perhaps you’ve heard of ADHD Coaching, but aren’t sure what it is or if it’s right for you. Let’s discuss: • what is ADHD Coaching • how to find the right ADH…
 
"It doesn't have to be perfect to still be good."- Allie Casazza Today is Part 2 of my interview with The Purpose Show host and minimalist educator Allie Casazza! We dive deep into the questions that YOU asked in our Motherhood in ADHD Facebook community: how to use mental momentum to get and stay motivated. how to channel energy into decluttering …
 
Organization and clutter are huge obstacles for ADHD. When my house is cluttered, my mind is cluttered! The unnecessary junk takes up a significant amount of my mental bandwidth, so I've worked dang hard to get rid of the things that are not serving me. I want to help you do that, too. Today, you're in for a treat! Allie Casazza of The Purpose Show…
 
Do you wish there was a way to feel confident about your day? To know exactly where you need to be, when you need to be there, and what you need to do today? I know what it feels like to buy 15 different planners and not use any of them for more than a week or two. When you're tired of disappointing your family, your boss, and yourself. Imagine wit…
 
There's a perfect system that will work for YOU...but spoiler alert - you won't find it on a shelf at target. The BEST way to find a daily planning system that works for you is to CREATE EXACTLY WHAT YOU NEED. Instead of trying planner after unused planner, and forcing them to sorta work, let's make the unique system that fits your life. While it m…
 
No matter if you're a full-time working mama, a mom who's also a full-time student, or if you're a stay-at-home or work-from-home mum - if you have ADHD, you can use this framework. Today we hear it straight from students of my Daily Planning for ADHD Moms course. They share how it worked for them and what happened when they created a system that w…
 
It's frustrating when we can't seem to align what we want to accomplish with our energy levels or create a line of sight to the end goal. It can be defeating, but I'm here for you! You are not alone and there are so many mamas here rooting for you. There ARE ways you can work WITH your ADHD brain to maximize your output while you manage the energy …
 
This week we welcome back one of my favorite ADHD experts, Dr. Ned Hallowell. As an ADHD parent raising ADHD kids, Ned has the experience of raising his grown children, and his message of forgiveness and patience with ourselves is one I could listen to on repeat. He shares how to repair when we lose it on our kids. Because we will lose it. We also …
 
This week we welcome one of my favorite ADHD experts, Dr. Ned Hallowell, to share his ADHD story. Ned and I talked about using our strengths, overcoming hurdles, negative self talk, the power of connection, and Ned did not shy away from sharing his own childhood trauma, which affects the way he loves on others and the way he parented his now grown …
 
Mama, 100 episodes!?! High fives all around! I hear this one a lot: How can we have more energy for the whole day? How can we do more, be more, get more done? You asked; I answered. We get frustrated that we can't go at the same speed all day long. We're irritated that our day is an energy roller coaster. But why do we think we need to go-go-go fro…
 
Should I tell my child he or she has ADHD? You asked; I answered. This question frequently plagues parents of children with ADHD. We worry about labeling our kids, how others will treat our ADHD kids, if the label makes life harder, if our child will not overcome it, and on the anxiety spiral spins. Here's what I do know as an adult who has ADHD, w…
 
How can we start to accept who we are and how our brain works? You asked; I answered. Here's another question I get often from other folks with ADHD. Keep in mind, I've known about my ADHD for 20 years, so granted, I've got some experience to draw from. It's taken me a while, and yes, I still get frustrated with myself. I'm a human, not robot. My A…
 
How can we, as moms with ADHD, take care of ourselves? Today I've got 8 new friends for you. Everyone is either a mama with ADHD or a professional who works with moms like us; many of them are both. These ladies are sharing with us what works for our amazing brains. We've been talking about self-care the last few months because self care got a bad …
 
You asked; I answered: How do I get my spouse to understand my ADHD? How do I help my partner understand our ADHD child? ADHD is a family affair! It doesn't only affect the person who has it. The entire family is hurt by this neurological disorder. That means that it can also be a huge point of contention in a family. But how can we get a neurotypi…
 
It's the first week of June and your kids are either home now or about to be home for the whole summer. That is 3 unstructured months of chaos ahead of you ... but it doesn't have to be! You asked; I answered: What does your summer schedule look like? With a few minutes of planning your create a flexible structure to fit any family during the summe…
 
We're continuing our discussion on mindfulness with Taucha Post. In our last episode, we discussed how mindfulness improves our ADHD symptoms, how mindfulness and ADHD are connected in the brain, along with shame, perfectionism, and setting ourselves up for success instead of letting the failure mindset take over. What is mindfulness and how do we …
 
One of the best (and free) treatments for ADHD is mindfulness. But what is mindfulness and how do we get started practicing mindfulness? Taucha Post of ADHD Yoga is sharing with us all about our brains and how mindfulness creates new pathways for us to learn how to slow down our brains, and present in the moment. We'll also dive into how mindfulnes…
 
Mindfulness feels like a really lofty goal for an ADHD brain ...almost unattainable. Yet mindfulness is an ADHD treatment that is recommended over and over again. I was not convinced. Until I met Taucha Post on instagram, @adhd.yoga. I had to know how an ADHD brain can be mindful! This week Taucha shares with us her diagnosis story, having been dia…
 
Just one? Really. Big changes come from baby steps. This is baby step 1 of planning your day. But HOW did I figure out how to plan my day in a way that works WITH my ADHD brain instead of against it? Step 1 is learning how to write events in our calendar. Our chaotic brains need ONE system. ONE plan. When we harness the power of the planner, it can…
 
Time. Time Blindness. An ADHD Brain's black hole. Well, what do we do about that? How do we schedule our day if we don't even feel it passing by? Creating a peaceful day is possible when you have ADHD. What you need is instructions on how to organize yourself and make a plan that make sense to your brain. And luckily, I speak your ADHD brain's lang…
 
What if I told you there is an ADHD treatment available that is completely free with no side effects? I know, sounds too good to be true. But when 2 friends asked me about tapping in the same week, I knew it was time to investigate. Our guest this week is Kate Moryoussef, of Coaching by Kate. Kate uses the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), also ca…
 
What if we challenged the idea that in order to give our kids our very best, we moms have to put our dreams and goals on hold until our children are grown? Our guest this week is Yakini Pierce, of ADHD Love. We're talking about self care for moms who have ADHD and dreaming big and pursuing goals is part of taking care of ourselves. There is a detes…
 
Our guest this week is Yakini Pierce, of ADHD Love. Yakini saw the gap in understanding - people didn't "get" her ADHD kids - and she strives to be a change agent in giving other parents the resources they need and want to help their children succeed. Yakini was diagnosed after both of her children were diagnosed with ADHD, and she started ADHD Lov…
 
Our guest this week is Kate Moryoussef, of Coaching by Kate. Like many of us, Kate was torn between stay at home mom and working mom, wanting to be home with her babies but also feeling like she was drawn to more. As she wandered her way into her calling, as many of us do, Kate realized that who she wanted to help were women like herself - but she …
 
Our guest this week is Anna Rubano, of In Tune with Anna K. We're talking about self care for moms who have ADHD and we're talking about food choices. This is a sore spot for a lot of us moms. How do we plan for healthy eating when we're barely surviving on handfuls of goldfish crackers and sandwich scraps leftover from our toddler? Take a deep bre…
 
Our guest this week is Anna Rubano, of In Tune with Anna K. Anna is part of the late diagnosis club, finding out about her diagnosis as she learned about her son's ADHD diagnosis. We cover aaaaaaall the feelings of shame starting in childhood, feeling like we're not good enough, and the grief & relief of having your diagnosis. Anna's soft spoken st…
 
Our guest this week is Dina Quondamatteo, better known as The ADHD Lawyer. We're talking about self care for moms who have ADHD and who better to teach us first than a mom who has been momming for 17 years? Movement and exercise is a great way to get our dopamine flowing, and Dina will encourage you no matter where your physical ability currently s…
 
Our guest this week is Dina Quondamatteo, better known as The ADHD Lawyer. Dina has an innate ability to be strong and vulnerable simultaneously, with infectious enthusiasm and drive to encourage others with ADHD. We talk about juggling school and raising twins, getting to know your life long roommate named ADHD, and why she went back to law school…
 
Happy Podcast Birthday, Mama! We made it 2 years together. Whoo-hoo! Thank you for being a part of my village. We're going back to the beginning...the very first 4 episodes of the podcast are about First Steps. So today's episode is Part 5, summarizing all of the amazing things you have taught me over the last two years of sharing my life with you,…
 
When did self care get such a bad reputation? Self-care is not a luxury, a nicety, a great bonus. It's not bubble baths and shaving your legs once a quarter. It's a requirement for living, just like food, water, and sleep. And we're pretty terrible at doing those things, too, but I digress. Taking care of yourself has got to move up the priority li…
 
It feels like everyone spent the month of January tooting their Goal Setting and Yearly Planning horns. While intentions are good, planning is not my strong suit because I have ADHD. Throw in some time blindness, another feature of ADHD, and I have trouble planning today, let along the next 12 months. How can I think about October when I don't know…
 
After years of failed New Year's Resolutions, I've adopted a Word of the Year. A Word of the Year is significantly more ADHD friendly than resolutions, as it is flexible enough for an entire year (hello, commitment phobes), holds space for gray area (hello, black and white thinkers), leaves a lot less room for failure (hello, shame spiral and perfe…
 
By the end of January, more than 90% of people have forgotten about, given up on, or started cursing at our new years resolutions. That we made. That we chose. That we *wanted* to do. And yet, we didn't. We failed at our resolution. But it doesn't have to stay that way. Having ADHD does not mean we can't set goals, or push forward, or succeed. Febr…
 
January is the start of the new year and it feels like everyone is tooting their Goal Setting and Yearly Planning horns. While intentions are good, planning is not my strong suit because I have ADHD. Throw in some time blindness, another feature of ADHD, and I have trouble planning today, let along the next 12 months. How can I plan for October whe…
 
Is your house a Christmas hurricane and your mind a Holiday hangover? I'm sharing one baby step every day to exit the Christmas crazy and pull your home (and yourself) back together. Download the free checklist with one task (5-15 minutes) for every day. I'm also posting 30-second videos on YouTube & IG Reels Join me! It's one baby step every day f…
 
It's my birthday month! As I round out my 30's, I'm taking a moment to appreciate all of you, and say thank you for your support. In case you haven't grabbed any of the free resources on my website - get your free stuff, mama! I want to help you start 2021 on a high note. Next year is going to be awesome, and I can't wait to see where you go and ch…
 
Do you often tell yourself you're a failure? Do you have trouble making friends or reading social cues? Do you view yourself with an overcritical eye, feeling like you keep screwing up over and over? Is pausing, stopping yourself, or assessing the situation a rare occurrence? I can not explain what ADHD is without discussing Executive Function, bec…
 
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