Don’t fall for the myth that someone with ADHD can’t be mindful, it’s simply not true. In this post, you will learn more about what mindfulness is and how it actually helps with your ADHD.
Starting and sticking to a new habit is always difficult. In this post, I share with you my personal story on how I was able to make mediation a habit.
Do you ever find your brain racing so fast, you just can’t get it to stop? It’s like riding a bicycle downhill, if you break too hard, you're sure to fall! Or maybe you feel like you’re being pulled in a million directions and trying to focus on just one thing feels impossible. These thoughts are very common with ADHD and I came up with a few suggestions on slowing the brain down, so you can at least feel back in control.
I know it may seem strange to ask someone with ADHD to pay attention to the “now;” however, the research on mindfulness and managing ADHD is showing that it really makes a difference. Even just a minute of paying attention can help. I know this is hot topic for many, so I have compiled a list of different resources on how to get started.
Taking care of yourself is taking care of your ADHD. If you want to feel more balance in your life this must be made a priority. However, sometimes life just gets too busy, we forget. So, I came up with 7 simple ideas on how to take time for yourself even on your busiest days!