Kick Some ADHD
We knew there was a shortage of Adderall, but just how far have the ripple effects gone? And is there a light at the end of this tunnel?
Are you like many people with ADHD and have a strong urge to do something that actually makes your life harder? Yep… we can be like moths drawn to a flame. It’s a trap! Here’s what it is and how to get out of it!
You know that feeling when you’re brain just won’t let you get started on something? It turns out that it’s not just you… there are actual reasons why! Learn about those plus the 5 steps you can use to get started!
What if there were one thing that could be a huge drain on your mental and emotional energy? And what if making a simple change could have a dramatic positive impact on not just both of those, but also significantly improve your chances of making this new year the one you’re hoping for?
Do New Year’s Resolutions work for anyone?! Certainly not for those of us with ADHD! There is something you CAN do to set your new year up for success though. Find out what 3 questions to ask yourself and hear how we each answer them!
It's almost universal that this time of year a whole bunch of people want to get started exercising. But before you go crazy with it, we are bringing you an encore presentation of Ep. 93: Motivating Yourself to Exercise from earlier this season. Why? Because to...
Getting your brain activated and engaged at the right level is hugely important to having sustainable productive focus in our lives. But that's also a huge challenge! Overstimulating your ADHD brain can put you straight into overwhelm. Hyperfocus is tempting (and can...
Did you know that motivation is essentially a matter of dopamine in the brain? In this encore presentation, we nerd out over the most important neurotransmitter in the ADHD brain and how it affects us!
With ADHD, we tend to really enjoy starting things but then struggle to finish them—especially things that don’t have deadlines attached. This is extra painful when it’s something important to us personally. Here’s an approach you can use to finish those things (and many other types of things!) when you have ADHD.