Begging for Your Attention and the Need to Scratch the Itch

Begging for Your Attention and the Need to Scratch the Itch

I was reading a story on the website Popular Science, and it was a reminder that I purchased the book referred to and had yet to crack it open. Maybe if you are like me, that’s not an unusual problem. But I was intrigued enough to track that book down and give it some...
It’s not about the deadline! When panic reveals your secret recipe…

It’s not about the deadline! When panic reveals your secret recipe…

A story I often tell my clients is about how I wrote papers in college. I would get the assignment and then worry about it every day but never put any words down on paper. Then, at about 8 p.m. the night before the paper was due, I would inevitably be panicking so...
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...
Bright Ideas for Using Light

Bright Ideas for Using Light

Humans are pretty visual creatures; our brains are exquisitely sensitive to light – and consequently, light can affect our mood, energy, sleep, focus, and cognition.  Light considerably impacts our body’s clock – our circadian rhythm. Circadian rhythm and sleep issues...
More Than Sleep: Understanding Rest

More Than Sleep: Understanding Rest

Rest is essential for our brains and bodies to function properly. It allows us to unwind, improves our mood, boosts performance, and lets our brain take a break. However, it takes a lot of work to do. With ADHD, your brain craves novelty and stimulation, making it...