Time seems to slip through our fingers faster than ever these days. I often wonder if it’s just a sign of our increasingly busy lives or if my own time management skills need a serious tune-up. Perhaps it’s a combination of both.

Amid this whirlwind, I recently had a wonderful experience that I’m excited to share. Last month, I was a guest on the Outsmart ADHD Podcast, hosted by the insightful Jamie Cutino. Jamie graciously invited me to discuss a significant milestone—the 20th anniversary of ADDClasses.com. Reflecting on two decades of empowering individuals with ADHD was both nostalgic and inspiring.

The episode, titled “Empowering ADHDers for 20+ Years with Tara McGillicuddy,” was an absolute joy to record. Being able to share the journey of ADDClasses.com, from its humble beginnings to its current status as a cornerstone of ADHD support and education, was deeply rewarding. We delved into the challenges, triumphs, and the incredible community that has grown around the platform over the years.

Jamie’s thoughtful questions and genuine interest made the conversation flow effortlessly. It was an honor to revisit the milestones and impact of ADDClasses.com, a project born out of a passion for helping others navigate the complexities of ADHD. The feedback from listeners has been overwhelmingly positive, reinforcing the importance of our mission and the ongoing need for resources and support for the ADHD community.

Looking back on the recording, I realized how much has been accomplished in these 20 years. Despite feeling like time is flying by, it’s moments like these that highlight the significant progress made. It’s a reminder that while we may feel pressed for time, the efforts we invest can lead to meaningful, lasting change.

So, whether time is genuinely speeding up or I need to refine my time management, participating in the podcast was a timely reminder of why I do what I do. Here’s to the next 20 years of empowering people with ADHD!

Tara McGillicuddy

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