Know What you are Paying for

As many of you know I am the director of ADDClases.com which offers free teleclasses, audio classes and, ADD Programs. We also offer an audio library subscription which costs $9.95 per month. The subscription fee is stated on on the site before people begin the sign up process. It’s also stated during the sign up…

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Finding Balance

Finding a sense of balance can be challenging for many of us with Adult ADD. Sometimes the word balance scares people because they think balance means that each area of their life must be equal. Balance is not about making each area of your like equal. It’s more about making sure that you focus enough…

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Attention Deficit Disorder Carnival #12

Here is a listing of some of the top posts from ADD & ADHD blogs for last week. Second Annual CADDRA ADHD Canadian Conference June 23-25 in Toronto Costs to Switch Jobs AD/HD: Short Cuts, Cunning Plans, and Other Great Ideas Summertime and Medication Stim Nation: ADHD, Cocaine and the Placebo Effect Where are the…

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INFP and ADD

I mentioned recently in my Practicing Self-Care post that I am an INFP. I remembered reading a blog post some place a few month back about ADD and INFP’s but forgot to bookmark the post. Needless to say I forgot about it. Today I did a search on Google for INFP Blog and came across…

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First 30 Days of ADD

A couple of weeks ago I was asked to contribute an article to a new site called First 30 Days. The mission of the First 30 Days is to provide those in times of life change the tools and support necessary to succeed with wisdom, strength, calmness and hope. Among several areas of support is…

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ADDClasses.com at the ADDA Conference

I thought I would post a couple of photos of the ADDclasses.com table at the ADDA Conference. This one is from the first day before John and I had all our stuff on the back of the table. This one was taken later on during the conference after I decided I needed to group the…

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Learning How to Delegate

As I sit here with my house a mess and technical issues with one of my web sites I am beginning to understand why successful people (with and with out ADD) delegate responsibilities to others. I hate cleaning my house so I can either spend my valuable time thinking about how I don’t want to…

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Practicing Self-Care

For quite some time now I have been hearing the term “self-care” but never really thought much about the meaning of the term. Fellow ADD Coach Jennifer Koretsky talks a lot about practicing proper self-care. Well I am actually able to say that this past weekend at the ADDA Conference I actually did practice self-care.…

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Checking in from ADDA

I haven’t blogged in a while because I was busy preparing for the ADDA conference which I am at right now. This my 4th ADDA Conference but my first time exhibiting at the conference. I have met a lot of people who came by my ADDClasses.com table. While it’s a great experience I am also…

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