My son is in a Montessori preschool. We love it, and more importantly he loves it. He spends his mornings exploring and learning new skills by doing things. He has an amazing attention span which
ADHDers are not good at routines. We’re hunter-gathers, not farmers. We constantly look for the next thing, then the next, then the next. On and on and on. I would love to be the kind of person who
This is the final post in a series on how to do longterm projects. To see previous post go here, here and here. It’s hard for people with ADHD to focus on one project at a time. That’s ok.
This is Part Two in a series on how to do longterm projects. See Part One here. Celebrate Small Victories Along the Way In most longterm projects you will get to see some progress as you go. When
I’ve talked quite a bit about the challenges associated with being a mom who has ADHD. But there are some upsides too. ADHD is an executive function disorder. Toddlers are also an executive
Moms are generally tasked with being the COO of the household. We are the keepers of the schedule, the maker of the lists, the taxi drivers, cooks, the voice in our children’s head telling them to