As with most things in the world, our brand-new podcast has been affected by the global pandemic. We certainly hadn’t anticipated the sweeping changes that have turned our lives upside down in so many ways right now.
Just as we were getting the final pieces in place to launch our new show, the world went into lockdown. Consequently, we’re releasing our first few episodes all at once, along with one that we hadn’t originally planned to do. That one is all about working from home with ADHD. It was recorded in March, just as quarantines began to take effect throughout North America.
We sincerely hope you enjoy these first few shows, and we look forward to getting acquainted with you in the days ahead.
Please feel free to leave your comments here on the site. We’d love it if you’d add our show to your favorite podcast app, or you’re also welcome to subscribe via email if you’d like to get a quick note from us each time a new show gets published.
Our official release schedule involves publishing a brand-new episode every Monday morning, so expect episode #5 to hit on Monday, May 25, 2020.
Welcome! We’re excited to help you Kick Some ADHD!
— Dana & David
My take away from episode 5 is the “the art of letting bad things happen.” Often I won’t start an important task because I’m afraid of getting it wrong. Example, right now I have to make final exams for my high school distance learning classes. What kind of valid exam can I give when students can cheat so easily? I’m writing ideas down and tweaking them, but haven’t committed to any because I am afraid of making an exam that is too easy or too difficult. Anyway, thank you. I think this podcast is going in the right direction. Very helpful and enjoyable to listen to.
YES. It is so common for perfectionism to accompany ADHD, Nikki. It’s so great that you have a thought process you’re able to work with here.
Thank you so much for the great feedback! We’re delighted to hear that the podcast is helping you! We look forward to hearing more from you in the future!
Please Listen to this song on youtube by Milan Miller called “Distractions”
Thank you, Steve! Appreciate you listening and taking the time to leave a comment!
And yeah… that song hits close to home! LOL