Kick Some ADHD
Our Latest Episode
All of us with ADHD are prone to distraction, but have you ever noticed that there are patterns to this? There may be certain times of day, for example, when you’re more likely to fall down a rabbit hole. This week, we talk about how to discover your patterns and prevent them from perturbing your progress!
We talk frequently about the kind of person we want to be—both now and in the future. But what if there were relatively low-effort things we could do now that would make it much easier to be who we want to be in the future? That’s our main focus for this week’s episode: giving gifts to your future self!
Last week we talked about getting ready to travel with ADHD. This week is all about what to do when you’re coming back from traveling. How can you make sure your re-entry to life and work is as smooth and trouble-free as possible? All that and more in this episode!
Travel can be very exciting & interesting to the ADHD brain… but it can also be a NIGHTMARE—especially when it comes to preparing, packing, and handling all the details. But it doesn’t have to be awful. We talk about ways to lessen the trouble with traveling!
This week, we’re bringing back an episode from Season 1 because it’s so timeless, so important, and you’ll likely pick up something new and useful even if you’ve heard it before. If you’re even curious about whether your phone might be negatively impacting your life, then you won’t want to miss this episode!
Last week we talked about WHY exercise is so important for your ADHD brain. This week, we’re talking about HOW to get the exercise you need—including knocking out the things that block you from exercise and the easiest ways to get the least amount of exercise possible and still light up your brain and your life!
Study after study shows that the brain works better with exercise. But how much exercise and what kinds of exercise will help your brain the most? We talk about the science and share ways to find out what works best for you!
Should you disclose your ADHD diagnosis to colleagues, clients, or your employer? This could have major implications, and isn’t something you want to do impulsively. We discuss pros & cons with real-life examples of how it went well… and badly wrong.
What happens when people with ADHD work together? What could possibly go wrong?! In this episode: navigating the workplace populated with one or more other people like us.
People who have ADHD tend to congregate—even at home. Overall there’s a fairly good chance that you will live with—either a spouse/partner or child—who has ADHD. And since your home life has a huge impact on your working life, it’s relevant (even important!) for this show. Today we talk about managing home life with more than one of us around