Easy ways to group tasks for ADHD success

The ADHD brain often views time as ”now” or ”not now”. Here are some easy ways to group tasks for ADHD success. Key factors in setting up routines are to make it simple. Automate everything that can be automated. This article discussing some of these concepts. How to use the ”microwave minute” Check out my… Continue reading Easy ways to group tasks for ADHD success

How to achieve an ADHD friendly diet

Food can bring great pleasure to people. It can also be a source of guilt or stress as we understand how poor food choices can impact our health. The ADHD brain sometimes is especially sensitive to negative impacts of poor food choices. However, planning and implementing healthy food choices can be overwhelming in the sometimes… Continue reading How to achieve an ADHD friendly diet

Make cleaning count for learning

Just to be clear, cleaning is not the extent of our homeschooling education. In fact not much of the regular cleaning burden falls on my kiddos due to their hefty gymnastics and dance schedule. However, as a busy working, homeschooling mom, I love when I can find ways to work smart, not hard. And when… Continue reading Make cleaning count for learning

Easy stress balls for ADHD

My kiddos both love these easy stress balls for ADHD! Okay, let’s be real, I enjoy squeezing them too. As a busy working, homeschooling mom in an ADHD affected household, I can use all the stress relief I can get. I also love that these can be a super fast and easy science experiment. If… Continue reading Easy stress balls for ADHD

How to achieve successful transitions with ADHD kiddos

Changing activities can be hard with an ADHD kiddo. Their brain often sees time as ”now” or ”not now” Emotional regulation and impulse control can be a challenge. Here are some tips on how to achieve successful transitions with ADHD kiddos. Plan WITH them Kiddos with ADHD are often very smart. However, they lack the… Continue reading How to achieve successful transitions with ADHD kiddos

Last minute Mother’s Day gifts for the mom with ADHD kiddos

In the chaos of an ADHD household, planning ahead sometimes gets lost. Here are a few last minute Mother’s Day gifts for the mom with ADHD kiddos. A little something to make them feel special, while being practical. Gift energy to keep up with the chaos Coffee is definitely my daily companion. We recently had… Continue reading Last minute Mother’s Day gifts for the mom with ADHD kiddos

10 Kid approved dinners to prep

Having meals prepped and ready for the crockpot in my freezer is a great stress reliever. Check out my post here on ways to make freezer meal prep less overwhelming. Now here are 10 kid approved dinners to prep. I make these meals to be as ADHD and diabetic friendly as possible. Check out my… Continue reading 10 Kid approved dinners to prep

Make sense of ADHD organization

ADHD organization sometimes seems like an oxymoron. During COVID virtual appointments, my husband described an appointment with his doctor. He showed the doctor his home office, as a demonstration of the impact of ADHD on his life. He was clearly embarrassed at the state of his office. But if it’s an embarrassment, why doesn’t he… Continue reading Make sense of ADHD organization

5 simple food substitutions for ADHD

We all know we should eat healthy, exercise, and get enough sleep. However, life can make those healthy choices difficult. If you’re interested in natural methods to improving ADHD symptoms, here are 5 easy food substitutions for ADHD. These diet substitutions can help get started towards correcting potential ADHD nutritional imbalances. Our focus has been… Continue reading 5 simple food substitutions for ADHD