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Paper. If just reading that word causes you to pause, shudder, maybe get a little squeamish, you should read on. 

Today, we’re talking about paper clutter. For you, it may manifest in small piles of mail stacked on a few too many tables. It’s not so bad, you tell yourself, and you could surely catch up in no time. But if you’re living with ADHD, those few piles may never be touched again. Mail, magazines, bills, notices, they grow with inattention and the physical clutter they create leads to mental clutter, stress, and anxiety. 

Not only are we talking about the issues that come with paper clutter today, we’re providing a plan and it comes in the form of a new online course: The Paper Solution. It’s an ADHD-friendly organizing system and an approach to paper designed to help you clear both the physical and mental clutter that comes from out of control paper in your life. 

Thanks for joining us today. Click through to learn more about The Paper Solution below. If you have a paper problem, we just might have a… well, you get it…

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According to our guests today, over five million women go undiagnosed or misdiagnosed, yet live with ADHD. While the patterns …

Becoming a Parent with ADHD

January 17th, 2017


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This week on the show, we take on a listener question from Liz. Her challenge: Overcoming the anxiety and fear that comes with …

The Five Mistakes to Avoid when Setting Goals

January 10th, 2017


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Happy New Year! Now’s the time to sit up! Stop hiding! Get moving! The turn to the new year is a marker that brings with it a …

Q&A with Nikki & Pete!

December 27th, 2016


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Happy New Year everyone! As we prepare to roll the …

The Take Control ADHD Holiday Gift Guide

December 20th, 2016


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It’s not too late! Even as this show hits your ears, there is still time to get out there and pick up that last minute gift. …

Staying Mindful During the Holidays

December 13th, 2016


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The holidays are officially here. And if you’re struggling …

Digital — Text Automation & ADHD: Clarity, Consistency, and Accuracy

November 29th, 2016


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In the category of ADHD and work, we’ve been talking a lot about behavior. But what about efficiency? When thinking about the …

Quick and Easy Strategies to Sharpen your Memory at Work

November 22nd, 2016


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Do you ever feel like you’re forgetting something? You’re not alone. In fact, if you’re struggling with ADHD and executive …

ADHD & The Workplace — Prioritizing & Finding Focus

November 15th, 2016


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Today’s show is all about priorities at work. It’s a question we see often in coaching and it’s made immeasurably more …

Maximize Your Strengths in the Workplace

November 8th, 2016


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ADHD and work don’t always mix. That’s why it’s important for you to know your own strengths, and how to best leverage them on …

Do You Tell? ADHD & The Workplace

November 1st, 2016


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We’ve spent the last few weeks touching on the challenges of ADHD in the workplace. Today, inspired by your calls and emails, …

Focus on the Elephant — The Evernote Update Show

October 25th, 2016


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We’re doing double duty on the show this week! Still …

The Pre- & Post-Diagnosis Journey with ADD Crusher Alan Brown

October 18th, 2016


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Let’s say it right out loud: you need to hear the story of our guest today. Alan Brown is the force behind ADD Crusher™ and …

Imposter Syndrome & ADHD

October 11th, 2016


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If you suffer from Imposter Syndrome, you’re a high achiever in some area, though you feel as if your achievements are not the …


October 4th, 2016


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We’ve all been there, stuck between the rock that is our own responsibilities, and the hard place of the world that goes on when …

Explore Creative Tools to Beat ADHD Stress

September 27th, 2016


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If you browse the ADHD circles on social media, it won’t take long to find an inspirational meme describing how one of the many …

Impulsivity & ADHD

September 20th, 2016


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Impulsivity is a part of the ADHD experience that offers …

3 Mistakes To Avoid When Getting Things Done With ADHD

September 13th, 2016


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It starts with a goal, an objective that you’d like to accomplish something over a specific period of time. It ends with the …

Use Small Habits To Increase Your Productivity

September 6th, 2016


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Want to get better at scheduling? Do it every day. Want to …

What You May Not Know About Habits and Your ADHD

August 30th, 2016


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We’ve got a couple of terrific listener recommendations for habit tracking apps to kick us off this week, with emails that …

Digital — Sleep, Memory, and Tools to Help you Learn!

August 23rd, 2016


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Learning is tricky. As much as we know about the brain, getting new stuff to stick in it is still mysterious. But new research …

Back to School — What’s the parent’s REAL job with ImpactADHD’s Elaine Taylor-Klaus

August 16th, 2016


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Unbelievably, it’s back to school season. If it hasn’t hit …

Master Your Morning Routine!

August 9th, 2016


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Morning—if yours are a blessed cloud of peace, goodwill, and light, you can probably skip this episode. That’s right, today’s …

Adjusting Your Schedule Without Adding Stress!

August 2nd, 2016


We’re back! After a brief summer vacation, we’re back to take on a subject that impacts us all: how to adapt to changing schedules, and the things to …


June 28th, 2016


It’s SUMMERTIME! We’re officially gearing up for our own vacations here on The ADHD Podcast so we thought we’d take some time today to talk about more than just vacations. It’s about managing kids, and accomplishing …

The Great Journaling & Planning Systems Review

June 21st, 2016


We got a question some time ago asking about the merits of the Bullet Journal system for ADHD organizing. We’re of two minds on the subject so we …

Making Difficult Decisions with ADHD

June 14th, 2016


This week we offer a follow-up to our conversation on making decisions with a twist: what about all those decisions that are even more challenging to …

5 Minute Tech Tasks for Getting — and STAYING — Organized!

June 7th, 2016


Do you find yourself sitting at your computer waiting for that next call? How about standing in line waiting for the next teller? Wherever you are, if you have five minutes and one of your devices, you can work on your …

Listener Organizing Q&A

May 24th, 2016


It’s Q & A day! From hyperfocus to distraction, information clutter to productivity at work, we power through your queries with our thoughts, strategies, and recommendations. Thanks to everyone who wrote in with …

How to Get Your Family Involved With Organizing

May 17th, 2016


If you share space with another person, then organizing is a team sport. From defining the purpose of shared spaces to keeping one another accountable, you can’t build new habits if you don’t have the support of those …

3 Reasons Why Your Organizing Efforts Are Not Working

May 10th, 2016


We all go into our organizing projects with the best of intentions. Did you just open your closet to a pile of junk falling on your head? Did you turn on the light to your attic and finally register the disaster of …

The Secret to Organizing with ADHD

May 3rd, 2016


It’s true, if you’re struggling with getting organized and you’re living with ADHD, there’s likely a key challenge holding you back. It lurks there, …

Checklists, automated checklists, and REALLY automated checklists with Pete!

April 26th, 2016


We all have repetition in our lives. But until you stop and think about all the things that repeat around you, you may not know what you’re missing. So, it’s through the lens of task lists that we’re going to talk about …

Turn Strategy into Action — Blocking and Gating your Time!

April 19th, 2016


We’ve had some great questions and feedback on our last few episodes around ideal schedules. This week, we’re taking this concept a bit further. How …

Setting and Living your Priority

April 12th, 2016


Today on the show we’re digging into just one aspect of the book Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg Mckeown: Priority. This is the act that puts constraints around our ADHD, allowing us to see the …

Dealing With Procrastination One Hour at a Time!

April 5th, 2016


As it turns out, productivity and procrastination are two sides of the same coin. Depending on the day, your toss might yield unparalleled output, …

Building Structure around New Habits

March 29th, 2016


If you’re a regular listener of this show, you know we’re a big fan of habits. Habits help the ADHD world go ‘round! This week on the show we’re …

Creating Positive Energy in your Life

March 15th, 2016


This week on the show, we’re talking all about positive energy. Energy is contagious. Whether you’re inheriting the mood of your partner or children when they wake up sour in the morning or catching the waves of joy …

Having Fun with Kirsten Milliken

March 8th, 2016


Today’s show is all about fun! We’ve talked about engaging the brain before. We’ve talked about ways to manage distraction and hyper-focus. But today, we’re going all in on play as an alternative to medication for your …

Self-Care — The Nutrition/ADHD Connection with Tonya Harris

March 1st, 2016


We’ve talked about the connection between nutrition and ADHD before, but this week, we’ve got an expert to help us bring the lesson home. Our guest today is Tonya Harris. She’s on a mission to help parents learn how …

Building Mini Habits for Self-care

February 23rd, 2016


We’re talking about building habits for self-care today! One of the most important things you can do for yourself, to take care of your self is to figure out the mechanics that help you best cement new behaviors. In …

Digital — Tech Tools to Support Self-Care

February 16th, 2016


The essence of great self-care is rooted in building habits. And building habits, when you’re struggling with ADHD, requires help. This week on the …

Practicing Mindfulness for your ADHD with Special Guest Casey Dixon

February 2nd, 2016


Casey Dixon is an ADHD Coach who has worked with wide range of individuals living with ADHD over the course of her career. Most recently, she founded …

Getting Better Sleep with ADHD

January 26th, 2016


Up to 50% of children with ADHD — and an astonishing 80% of adults — have problems with sleep. From getting to sleep to staying asleep to getting up …

Self-Care: Medication and Your ADHD with Guest Laurie Dupar

January 19th, 2016


We’re continuing our series on ADHD and Self-care this week. Today, we’re digging into the sometimes thorny question of medication, and we have a fantastic guest to help us do just that. Laurie Dupar is a senior …

Self-Care — Get Moving to Supercharge your Brain!

January 12th, 2016


We’ve talked about the importance of exercise before. The connection between moving your body and psychological and emotional health is no great …

An Introduction to Self-Care and ADHD

January 5th, 2016


Living with ADHD is inextricably connected to living well in your own skin. From cultivating the ability to find your emotional peace, to building a …

Making Time to Work on Your Vision

December 15th, 2015


Heather from Pennsylvania called us with a question so good we had to do a whole episode dedicated to it! Over the last few weeks, we’ve been talking …

Getting Started — Motivation & ADHD

December 8th, 2015


Today, a metaphor. You’re at the top of a hill. There’s a giant ball in front of you, held up by a rock. If you kick that rock, the ball will start …

Creating a Vision for Yourself

December 1st, 2015


If you’re a regular listener of this show, you know we have a shared view of personal improvement and growth: leverage the momentum of the community! …

The Power of Gratitude

November 24th, 2015


It's Thanksgiving here in the United States and while there is certainly some nod to history here around the founding of this special time in our country, it has come to mean something more than its historical context. …

Gifts for your ADHD Friends!

November 17th, 2015


Tis the season to start thinking about the gifts that you can give your ADHD friends and family that can help relieve their stress. This week on the …

Anxiety, ADHD, and the Holidays

November 10th, 2015


This week we continue our discussion on ADHD and the holidays, with a conversation around anxiety, and the things that happen to us over big holidays …

How to Like the Holidays Again — Setting Boundaries

November 2nd, 2015


'Tis the season! Now that we’ve crested Halloween, the roller coaster of the holiday season is ramping up to full speed. It’s easy to let the …

Conquer Overwhelm and Build Structure with these 6 Great Apps!

October 27th, 2015


It’s a digital episode! This month we’re continuing our conversation on providing structure and defeating overwhelm using process and tech tools. …

Conquer Overwhelm in 5 Steps

October 20th, 2015


It can happen when you least expect it. You come into your house after a long day at work and are hit by a sudden weight. You look at your calendar on a Monday morning at work and see the meetings stacked one after …

Finding Balance Between Focus, Energy, and Time

October 13th, 2015


A series of terrific listener questions drive our conversation this week, all around the sacrifices that come around time, attention, and focus. When we focus on one thing, the rest of our work suffers as we lose track …

5 Tips to Study Smarter

October 6th, 2015


Studying is a skill. For many of us, we come to studying without training, and as a result, we end up staring at texts and notes and hoping that with …

Digital — Great Tech for Greater Efficiency in School

September 29th, 2015


Tools in the classroom have come a long way. When I was a student, we were just coming round to the idea that we could drop a tape recorder in our …

Anxiety and the ADHD Student

September 22nd, 2015


Anxiety and ADHD are like peanut butter and jelly — they simply go together. Some studies say as many as 40% of those struggling with ADHD are also living with some level of generalized anxiety disorder. For the new …

Easing the Transition to College

September 15th, 2015


Whether you’re hitting higher ed as a traditional student just out of high school, or you’re going back as an older adult, if you’re going in with …

Tech Tools for Smart Money Management

September 7th, 2015


On this month’s digital episode, Pete and Nikki walk through some of the tools and processes that help to simplify and streamline personal money …

Setting up a Financial Plan and Budget

September 1st, 2015


You’ve been working hard to get your day-to-day habits under control, but what about your long-term strategy for your money? Are you thinking about …

Reap the Rewards of ADHD Coaching Together!

August 31st, 2015


Now is the time! If you've thought about joining a coaching group for support as you learn about your ADHD, today is your day. It's open enrollment …

Organizing Your Financial Paperwork!

August 25th, 2015


You know that giant stack of bills, statements, and un-opened envelopes sitting in piles around your house? It’s time to get those under control! …

Strategies to Deal with Impulsive Buying

August 18th, 2015


You know how sometimes when you’re really focused on one thing, other things might fall out of focus? Like, for example, your spending? This week on …

The Facts about Money and ADHD

August 11th, 2015


If you’re struggling with ADHD, the data suggests you likely have trouble with money. Not only are you likely to make less money, you’re more likely to be spending it and tracking it less responsibly than your peers who …

Finding good enough, and freedom from the language of failure

July 21st, 2015


We’ve asked the question before, but this week we answer it in detail. What does it mean to get organized just enough? It means getting organized for you, and not for any organizing system.

This week on the show, we …

Downtime and Finding a Recharge with ADHD

July 14th, 2015


It’s summer, and we’re gearing up for our own vacations, so we thought we’d use the opportunity to reflect on the importance of downtime to our …

Focus Follow-Up

June 30th, 2015


Thanks to our fantastic listeners, we have received some great questions, comments, and resources to share after our focus and online shopping shows from the last few weeks. This week, we’re talking about notifications, …

Prepping for your Digital Summer Travel

June 23rd, 2015


It’s summertime! And for many of us, summer means travel. If you’re struggling with ADHD but have a tendency toward the digital, we have four areas for you to think about in this week’s podcast to keep you organized and …

The Tips Show — Creative Organizing with ADHD!

June 16th, 2015


We have a wonderful organizing community! We asked for your very best organizing tips, and you came through! From stickies to timers to hooks and …

Avoid these 5 Organizing Mistakes!

June 8th, 2015


It’s not easy to get started on your organizing journey. There are bumps in the road around every turn — you have to find the motivation, the time, the childcare. And if you’re struggling with ADHD, you know how …

Clear Clutter in a Hurry!

June 2nd, 2015


If you’re struggling with ADHD, you know this feeling. Go ahead and do a slow turn around your room or office. Look at all the surfaces — tables, …

Fight Focus Failure at the Computer with Four Fascinating Fixes!

May 26th, 2015


We’ve been talking about focus this month and this week’s digital episode continues the theme. We’re talking about fighting focus failure with four prime strategies to keep you working free of distraction. From using …

Focusing on your Strengths!

May 19th, 2015


You’re in a job interview. Things are going well! You’re telling stories of your heroism and courage in facing down your greatest foes, growing businesses, the works. Then they ask the question: “Please describe your …

Shopping Online and Staying Focused!

May 12th, 2015


When you sit down to shop online, do you have the same intention and agenda that you have when you shop in brick and mortar stores? Sure, from time to time we might go shopping for fun, but most of the time, when we hit …

Digital — Get your Routines in Order!

May 5th, 2015


We all know repetition can get boring. It stinks to feel like we’re stuck in a rut of humdrum rinse and repeat! Still, if you have any commitments that you have to repeat each day, week, month… you’d better have a …

Follow Through and Finish What You Start!

April 27th, 2015


We got some great questions after last week’s episode on prioritizing and it turns out we may feel alone, but we’re in good company! As it turns out, many of you are also struggling with this of overload, which leads to …

Overwhelm and Prioritizing Tolerations

April 20th, 2015


It’s a big show! First, some follow-up from last week on tolerations. We answer a great question from a listener around how to address another sort …

ADHD and Creating a Lifestyle to Crush your Tolerations!

April 6th, 2015


It’s been nearly 100 episodes since we last talked tolerations, and we have (ahem) a lot to report. This week, we’re taking a step back to look at …

Digital — Reading & Writing Tools to Conquer ADHD Distractions

March 30th, 2015


Understanding ADHD means you’re coming to an understanding of the unique characteristics of ADHD and you. That can mean waking up to a whole world …

Vulnerability, Uncertainty, & Confusion as a Doorway to Learning

March 23rd, 2015


We’re turning the corner on vulnerability this week, talking about transition stories. What is it like to make the leap from chaos, no idea that …

Conquering Shame & Cultivating Vulnerability in Parenting for ADHD

March 16th, 2015


As a parent, we walk a careful balance between nurturing, protecting, and disciplining our children. But the complications that come with parenting a …

Vulnerability & Shame: Reflecting on the work of Brené Brown

March 9th, 2015


For so many struggling with ADHD, traits of focus and attention, and the stigma of the set of behaviors that comes with it can cause us to visit the shame spiral. This week on the show, we talk about Brené Brown’s …

The Importance of Connection

March 2nd, 2015


If you’re a regular listener of this show, you know how highly we hold human connectedness toward our emotional health. We are tribal creatures, and …

Get in the Game & Play!

February 23rd, 2015


On this week's digital show, we're talking all about using your technology to play. It's all about figuring out how to use the tech tools at your …

Facing Down your Negative Situations

February 16th, 2015


On the heels of Nikki’s imploding computer comes a conversation about facing up to — and then facing down — those negative situations that crop up in our lives. From finding the awareness to accept the reality of the …

Breaking blocks, fighting fear, and getting unstuck!

February 2nd, 2015


You know the feeling. You may not be a writer, but you certainly know writer’s block. You may not be a psychic, but you know when stars are misaligned. You know the feeling.

It’s that feeling you get when life feels …

Digital — Getting Fit with Tech

January 26th, 2015


So much of how we feel in life is determined by how we feel in our skin. That means we have to take the time to evaluate how well we’re treating ourselves — are we eating right? Are we eating the right amounts? Are we …

Problems vs. Possibilities

January 19th, 2015


Problems! We all have them. They crop up when we least expect them, and they have the potential to truly derail us. But what if we train ourselves to …

Books — "10% Happier" by Dan Harris on Meditation as the Next Great Health Revolution

January 12th, 2015


After a series of on-air panic attacks suffered while reading the news in front of millions of TV viewers, Dan Harris was forced to rethink his approach to the world. In his book, 10% Happier, Harris chronicles his …

Seeking Clarity

January 5th, 2015


Happy New Year! Now that we’re well into January, it’s time to leverage the collective energy around new beginnings and make some positive change. …

The Money Management Mindset and the Tools that Support It

December 15th, 2014


When we think about managing our money with technology, it’s pretty easy to fall into the “tools trap,” that if you could just find that one great …

Smart Spending this Holiday Season

December 8th, 2014


This is not a naturally easy time of year if you’re struggling with ADHD. From hyper focus to anxiety and stress, we’re dealing with a new influx of …

Small Group Coaching for ADHD

November 30th, 2014


Groups are transformative. With the guidance and support of a great coach, and like-minded peers, a group coaching environment can clear new pathways to learning and development in a space free of judgment and pressure. …

Five Strategies for Achieving a Calmer Holiday Season!

November 17th, 2014


We’re gearing up for the holiday season — just a little over a week from Thanksgiving here in the US — and as if we needed any more of a reminder, …

I hear you and I see you!

November 10th, 2014


Today, we offer three sentences. They are three simple sentences that may just change the way you talk to your children. And once you see how your relationship with your children changes, you may find yourself wondering …

Lessons Learned from Big Transitions in the Home

November 3rd, 2014


This week, we’re talking about transitions. It’s a story about a transition in the family, in fact, and the challenges that come as a result of …

Digital — Outsourcing distraction to the smart home

October 27th, 2014


How are you with daily habits? Are you prone to forgetting your keys? How about leaving the house with the garage door wide open? If you’re prone to …

Taking Action

October 20th, 2014


Goals are great. Last week we talked at some length about goals, in fact, and the importance of building the right intention into our goals with …

Would, Have, and Should

October 13th, 2014


Words have power. Nowhere is that more clear than in the language we use to describe ourselves. From empowerment to confidence to productivity and our very own care and appearance, the words we use to define ourselves …

ADHD Awareness Month — Coaching & Resources Galore

October 6th, 2014


It’s ADHD Awareness Month and we’re ringing in the season with a terrific list of books, sites, groups and other resources to help you wrap your head around this pesky condition. Whether you’re new to ADHD and wrestling …

Digital — ADHD in the Workplace

September 29th, 2014


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We’ve spent the last month talking about the impacts of ADHD on the job hunt, career search, interviews, and lives at work. In …

Getting the Most out of your Day

September 22nd, 2014


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We’re continuing our series on ADHD in the workplace and this week, you’ve picked the right career, nailed your interview, and …

Organizing Your Workplace

September 15th, 2014


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Whether you’re starting a new job or breathing new life into the job you have, creating and maintaining an organized workspace …

Preparing for the Job Interview

September 8th, 2014


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It’s time to dig into the nuts and bolts of getting your …

Picking the Right Job

September 1st, 2014


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It’s back to school season here in the US and what better …

Back-to-School Technology Tools, Tips & Tricks!

August 25th, 2014


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We’re taking on tech tools for school in this week’s …

The Morning Routine

August 18th, 2014


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So, you’ve made the transition to school on the right …

Start the New School Year With Confidence

August 11th, 2014


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Integrating into the college environment is exciting and …

ADHD Coaching and the College Student

August 4th, 2014


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The demands of higher education on adults with ADHD can be …

Paying Too Much Attention: The Challenge of Hyperfocus

July 28th, 2014


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If you’re struggling with ADHD, you know about hyperfocus. But this trait is commonly misunderstood — both its function in the …

Digital — Dealing with Kidwork

July 21st, 2014


Thanks to a listener, we have a digital option for dealing with piles and piles of kid’s productivity! "I have a hard time figuring out what to do with all my children's art projects and how to organize, store and save …

Overwhelmed Summer Schedule

July 14th, 2014


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Summer is supposed to be our chance to recharge, regroup, plan for the future. Sure, there’s work to be done, but when that work …

Thinking Positive — Even when you don't want to

July 7th, 2014


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Do you get stuck in the vortex of negativity? You know the drill — someone cuts you off on the highway or you’re charged a fee …

Dealing with Boredom

June 30th, 2014


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Boredom. For you, maybe it manifests in restlessness, foot-tapping in a long line, checking your texts or email … again. If …

Tips For Planning a Vacation — Last Minute!

June 23rd, 2014


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It’s summer! The season for vacation. But if you struggle distilling signal from noise, you may also have trouble putting …

We're going through some changes

June 2nd, 2014


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Sometimes, the slow march of evolution leads to a pivot in …

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