Enough is Enough

As most of you know there has been a lot of negativity and violence in the media. I for one am standing up and speaking out that enough is enough. I'm not just talking about the actual violence itself but the media coverage. I'm also talking about people and organizations spreading the fear and negativity…

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Take it off your To-Do List

A theme that keeps coming up lately for many of my clients is that they have many items on their to-do list that they are not getting to. To make matters worse they are feeling badly about this and beating themselves up. Many are looking for systems and tools to get everything done.  Learning new…

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How to Stop Losing Your Keys

We live in a society where shortcuts and quick fixes are the norm. Finding ways to get things done quicker and easier makes perfect sense. I’m a stronger believe in working smarter instead of only working harder. Sometimes the shortcuts and quick fixes out there do more harm than good though. Far too often they can…

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Ask Tara Your ADD / ADHD Questions

I am really excited to let you all know about a great new resource that I am now offering. It’s called Ask Tara. I will be answering YOUR Questions about ADD / ADHD over at the Living with ADD Forum. Oh and best of all Ask Tara is FREE!! Simply post your question in the Ask…

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Are You Realistic?

Last week I made blog post saying that I was going to write a blog post everyday during ADHD Awareness Month. Well, It's now Wednesday and ummm…. I haven't written since Saturday. I guess I wasn't too realistic with my expectations. I didn't take into consideration that I'd be fighting off a cold. I also…

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Deadlines, Guidelines, and Boundaries

As a person with ADD / ADHD I really need Deadlines, Guidelines, and Boundaries. I may not meet the deadlines, nor follow the guidelines to a "T", and well I love to see how far I can go when it come to boundaries. I don't consider myself rule breaker just for sake of breaking rules but…

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Productivity, Structured Time and the Train

Wow, I just realized I hadn't written a blog post since March! Not sure why I didn't write during the month of April. I had plenty of stuff to write about. I guess I just needed to have some structured time to write. Time to designate a specific day and time to blogging. As a…

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Time Management Intensive Scholarship Deadline

We are offering the next session of the Adult ADD Time Management Intensive beginning on March 13, 2013. This is one of our most popular support programs at ADDClasses.com. One of the participants in the fall session 2012 of the Adult ADD Time Management Intensive referred to instructor Laura Rolands as the "Queen of Time…

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Sending Emails!

Okay, I know this blog post might be a little unpopular and turn people off but this needs to be said. People with ADD / ADHD need to learn how to send email. Remember the point of sending an email to so that the person on the other end can read it and understand it.…

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Overcome Chronic Overwhelm!

Last month we took time off at ADDClasses.com from our FREE Teleseminars for the ADHD Awareness Expo. I am happy to say that we back to offering our FREE Teleseminars again. My friend and colleague Jennifer Koretsky will be joining us at ADDClasses.com to lead the FREE Teleseminar Overcoming the Chronic Overwhelm Associated with ADD…

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