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Our Latest Episode
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!
Vitamins and minerals are critical to healthy brain function, which means they’re extra important for ADHD. Which ones make the most difference? How can we easily incorporate them into our lives? All that and more on this episode!
We’ve been talking about how much difference foods can make with ADHD brains, but planning, purchasing, and preparing can be problematic for us! In this episode, we load up your “arsenal of easy” with lots of ways to take the fuss out of feeding!
Did you know that eating certain foods can make it much harder to function with ADHD? Which foods affect you? What can you do if you LOVE those foods? We cover all that and more in this week’s episode!
If you have ADHD, what, when, and how you eat has a big influence on how your brain works. Not eating (or eating the wrong kinds of foods) will make it harder to focus and function. In the first of a series of episodes on food and ADHD, we begin laying the foundation for ADHD-friendly eating. You can’t afford to miss this episode!
How our days unfold can either strangle or boost our ability to get the right stuff done. Putting even a small effort into intentionally designing our lives can make a huge difference!
The “Holy Grail” of ADHD is the ability to focus at will. Is it possible? What does it even look like? This week, we explore some of our favorite ways to achieve better focus on demand.
What is “procrastibating” and how is it different from procrastinating? Find out in this episode! (It’s MOSTLY family friendly!)
For people with ADHD, the word “can’t” is a big indicator. We can save ourselves a lot of trouble if we learn to respect the “can’t.” We talk about why, but also ask the question—when is it best to push back against the “can’t?”
Learning to ask “why” is an incredibly powerful tool to help you live an easier life with ADHD. Today Dana talks about 3 specific times to ask “why,” and provides an important warning about “how” to ask “why.”