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Let’s Conquer Email Overwhelm Together

As someone who grapples with ADHD and a side of overwhelm, I know how frustrating a cluttered inbox can be. It's like a constant weight, pulling at your focus and energy, right? ​ A little while back, I had a client, Danielle, who was drowning in emails. She felt like she was always playing c...

The Power of Pause

A few years ago, in the first few months of the pandemic, I wrote nearly daily posts on social media about my experiences. This one struck home and I thought I would share it with you. ​ We're just coming out of one of the most important pauses - a family member was in hospice. And it felt li...

Free Event - Tools and Strategies To Improve Your ADHD from Top Experts

Today is International Women's Day. Did you know that the first National Women's Day was in 1909 to commemorate the "15,000 women who protested in New York against harsh working conditions and lesser wages"? The first International Women's Day was held in 1911 in Austria, Denmark, Germany and S...

The Real Deal

I snuck away to visit my parents in Florida last weekend. I’ve been at full throttle for as long as I can remember. As much as I wanted to be, I wasn’t completely unplugged. (I'll be getting unplugged soon I promise!) My bestie, who I stayed with, gave me a spot for my laptop at her kitchen co...

How to Slow Down Even with ADHD

The snow was falling again in Connecticut last weekend and pretty much all up and down the east coast. I love the quiet and the slowing down. A pleasure after a super busy January. A month where I was very sick and couldn't get in any skiing. Skiing is what keeps me sane in winter. And I confes...

February is Where New Year's Resolutions Go to Die

How are your New Year’s Resolutions going?By now, who knows right!?!​Resolutions are big and scary.Far better to make small shifts in our habits. In case you didn’t notice, there are a bajillion books on habits.I’m pretty sure there are as many books on creating new habits as there are habits to...

How to Stop Procrastinating Even with an ADHD Brain

Procrastination We all do it. Even I, the ADHD Productivity Coach, procrastinate. Guilty as charged. But I promise you doing stuff at the last minute is a stressful way to live. It feels like a knot in the stomach or that pain in your shoulders. And the shame and nasty inner voices that sho...

How Do You See Yourself

The eye doctor dropped the bomb – bifocals. Just not happening. I crossed my arms and shook my head with an adamant no. Except, it is happening. And so much more. I still feel about 40 even though my eyes are telling me otherwise. ​ After much negotiation, we landed on bifocal glasses with...

Unraveling the Time Management Puzzle: Navigating ADHD Executive Function Challenges

For professionals with ADHD, the concept of time can feel like a slippery fish, difficult to grasp and even harder to manage. The challenges with time management often stem from unique executive function struggles in the ADHD brain. In this article, we'll dive into the science behind ADHD and tim...

How to Deal with Spaghetti Brain

I just got out of my weekly coaching call with my digital marketing coach extraordinaire, Nika Stewart. I was having one of those moments where I had 6,000 brilliant ideas but not one focus.And Nika had to rein me in.Uber focused – love it.Here I am a productivity coach for brain-based challenges...