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Overcoming The Later Lie: 3 Key Steps To Help You Minimize Procrastination

Overcoming The Later Lie: 3 Key Steps To Help You Minimize Procrastination

Truth be told, we all procrastinate!  Not just folks with ADHD.   In some scenarios, procrastination can be a good thing. Having more time to consider or think through how an action plays out can have benefits. With ADHD, leaving a task until it’s more urgent...
What if Goblin Mode is Right for You?

What if Goblin Mode is Right for You?

I wanted to share a brilliant story of one of my clients, let’s call her Hannah. Hannah noticed that whenever she needed to write a quarterly report for work, she’d start only three days before it was due and had to turn on “Goblin Mode” to get it done. Goblin Mode is...
My ADHD Brain Knows That Time Is A Big Ball of Wibbly-Wobbly, Timey-Wimey… Stuff

My ADHD Brain Knows That Time Is A Big Ball of Wibbly-Wobbly, Timey-Wimey… Stuff

Time. For some people, it is natural, concrete, and predictable. For me (and for Doctor Who), however, it is abstract and nebulous, racing by during one activity while slowing to a halt on another activity. You may have heard of “time blindness” – a short-hand term...
A New Year’s Resolution Check-Up

A New Year’s Resolution Check-Up

Two months down, ten to go. A check-up on New Year’s resolutions. Hello everybody! February is coming to an end, and it’s time to take a look at what we have accomplished in the past 2 months. How are you doing with your goals for 2024? You may have woken up on New...
Unlocking Fulfillment: How to Connect Your Values to Your Career Path

Unlocking Fulfillment: How to Connect Your Values to Your Career Path

How satisfied are you with your career? Is it time to examine what you want to be doing for work in 2024? Maybe you want to stay with your company and move into another position within the company, or perhaps you want to explore what other companies have to offer. You...
Coaching Apps: Weighing in on Cost and Convenience

Coaching Apps: Weighing in on Cost and Convenience

In the last decade, we have seen an explosion of apps that offer conveniences directly to your front door. Do you want dinner but don’t want to cook? There is a delivery app for that. Do you want to attend school but are too busy to drive to a university? There is an...