Making Your Mornings Stress-free

October 25, 2014 by

Morning Madness Tim (not his real name) had to get up at 5:00 a.m. to be ready to leave for work by 7 a.m.  In addition to performing routine tasks like eating breakfast, packing lunch, showering and dressing, he spent a lot of time figuring out what to put in his backpack to take to work.  This


Thoughts Are More Important Than You Thought

October 10, 2014 by

Take Notice Of  What You Are Thinking How closely do you pay attention to the 60,000 or so thoughts that run through your head every day?  Take a few minutes and really listen to the content of your thoughts. Are you noticing thoughts like these? I really "screwed up" when I made that


Never Lose An Important Item Again

September 5, 2014 by

My Long History of Lost Items When I was a kid, I lost lots of important items, not just once or twice, but on a daily basis.  I lost lunch boxes, umbrellas, hats,  gloves, and sweaters.  You name it and I lost it.  I left things at school and was made to walk back to get them.  My grandmother


A Powerful Tool For Creating Winning Habits

August 1, 2014 by

Most of my ADD clients, and some of my non-ADD clients, complain about their stubborn, hard-to-change habits.  They're disorganized.  They don't manage their time well.  They procrastinate.  They don't set priorities so that the most important things get done on time.  They've tried to change these


Falling Through The Cracks

July 19, 2014 by

What is falling through the cracks in your life? Most of us, with or without ADD, have things that we want to do on a recurring basis (daily, weekly, monthly, yearly).  When you do these things, life runs pretty smoothly.  When you don't, things fall through the cracks and life gets bumpy.  How