The ADHD Parenting Summit and Fall school advocacy updates–school refusal.
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Why being the boss on a trial basis is the best thing you’ll ever do for your career.
Have you ever “stepped up” at work? Leaders (even undercover ones) usually do. Have you taken on a project that everyone else balked at? Have you “covered” for the boss when she was out of town (or, in my case, on maternity leave)? If you’ve NEVER considered it due to the time commitment or responsibility,Continue reading “Why being the boss on a trial basis is the best thing you’ll ever do for your career.”
What I Needed–ADHD reflections during the Covid-19 Quarantine
Photo by Haley Lawrence on Unsplash When I was first coming to grips with my ADHD I wanted meds to fix me but I needed strategies to make me more productive. I wanted a partner to love me for all my faults but I needed one who would help me improve upon them instead. IContinue reading “What I Needed–ADHD reflections during the Covid-19 Quarantine”
ADHD and Money: Saying Good-Bye to a Heartache
We’re moving to Puerto Rico in October. The rent vs. sell question has been gnawing at me, ever since we picked our destination. I received news that helped seal the sell for me: our basement renters are moving out. Trying to find renters for the basement and the upper level of the house wouldContinue reading “ADHD and Money: Saying Good-Bye to a Heartache”