Brain Hacks for ADHD, Boost your Productivity!

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What is a Brain Hack? And why do we need them? The reason we need Brain Hacks is because ADHD is a Neurobiological Disorder. Because our Brains are wired differently the Neuro-chemicals that drive certain traits, like Motivation, Focus, Initiation, Planning, … Read More

A Simple Procrastination fix for ADHD

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Around 95% of my ADHD clients struggle with Procrastination. Despite their Uber-Creativity and Enthusiasm for their ideas, they sadly aren’t able to consistently action them. By the time I get to see them, they’ve often tried multiple ways to fix … Read More

Newsletter Sign Up

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Our Newsletter sign up comes with a FREE Gift Every September our kids begin a new school year with renewed resolve and high hopes of staying on top of their work and the organizational demands that come with it. Hoping … Read More

3 Steps to Power up your Protein for ADHD

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Dr Ned Hallowell is fond of saying that people with ADHD have Ferrari brains, the downside being that they only have bicycle brakes!  ADHD as such is a Mood & Energy disorder, with our moods and energy swinging up and … Read More

Organizing 101, 5 Week Program

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Organizing 101 Program. What is it? This is a Unique 5 week program for ADHD students. It teaches Organizing & Study skills that are specifically designed for the ADHD brain. Why it’s needed. I created this program in response to … Read More

4 Steps to Stop Procrastination

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Who of us doesn’t procrastinate? My hand is up in the air right now! It’s a common enough trait in just about everyone, luckily for many it’s only a minor irritating habit. But for us ADHD-ers we’ve managed to elevate … Read More

ADHD & Addictive habits

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Understanding what they are and their impact People with ADHD are more susceptible to engage in what I call ‘Addictive habits’ or full on Addictions because of their personality traits of impulsivity, lack of inhibition, risk taking tendencies, poor self … Read More

The Inchworm & The Grasshopper. An ADHD Fable

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When I was a kid at school, some of my favourite stories were the Aesop’s fables. Remember those? Like the Tortoise & the Hare? Looking back now and knowing what I know about myself, I think my ADHD brain loved … Read More

The Scaffolding Skills to Learning

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Do you know anyone who is really intelligent & switched on, but are failing at school or work?  Ever wonder why? In her work at U.B.C Adele Diamond has found that it’s not intelligence that makes the Grade ( no … Read More

Time Anorexia

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Since I was diagnosed ADHD a few years ago, my life has changed in lots of positive ways. Firstly I went back to school to become a coach, opened a coaching practice, began public speaking & workshops on ADHD, all … Read More

The “R” Word. Resolutions & ADHD

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Well here we are in January again! Which for many of us brings the promise of new beginnings and a renewed sense of commitment or purpose. For people with ADHD It also brings a mixed bag of emotions & memories … Read More