Our team understands firsthand the ups, downs, and in-betweens that come with ADHD. We each live with ADHD and, in some cases, parent an ADHD kid.
Whether you're here for yourself or your ADHD child, we're here to help!
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Over the years, we've researched, studied, taken classes, and been coached to learn everything we can about ADHD. We each have our own insights and experiences to share, knowing that every journey is different and equally valid.
But let's be real: we're not perfect, and we don't pretend to have it all together. We're just like you, doing our best to navigate the challenges of ADHD and enjoy the little things in life.
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Some of our favorite articles and free worksheets:
- Free ADHD meal planner: this cooking hack and free printable changed our lives and reduced SO much stress in our kitchen.
- Free ADHD Daily planner pdf: this daily planner is simple but effective. It reminds us to multiply our estimated time (due to our time blindness), take breaks (breaks recharge us and make us more productive!), and set realistic goals (ADHDers tend to think we can do WAY more than what is possible in a given time frame, then we beat ourselves up about it).
- MTHFR & Methylated Vitamins for ADHD: this fascinating topic explores the MTHFR gene mutation that many people with ADHD have, and talks about the vitamins that can improve ADHD symptoms.
- Cleaning with ADHD: We know how hard it is to keep your house tidy. Our free printable tool and tips break things down so you only have to clean for 15 minutes a day.
We're still learning, and we've found that learning from others and their experiences with ADHD has been invaluable. Together, we can discover ways to better understand our unique brains and develop strategies to cope and thrive.
If you're looking for a friendly and approachable guide to navigating ADHD, you've come to the right place. We hope you'll join us in our journey toward understanding and acceptance, and let's support each other along the way.
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