1. Bullet Journal
    Art Director/Interaction Designer Ryder Carroll’s masterpiece of a life management system. No purchase necessary, just grab your trusty notebook, watch the intro video, and prepare to be inspired. Bonus points for a gorgeous website.

  2. ADHD is Different for Women via The Atlantic
    Though I don’t agree with everything in this essay — read my response here — it provides some valuable insights from a recent college graduate with ADHD.
  3. Gina Pera’s reading list for partners of ADHD adults
    I was searching for my next audiobook last week and Gina was kind enough to share this list with me. My own growing collection of book reviews provides a resource for ADHD adults themselves, but it’s still a work in progress. Don’t let the name fool you — Gina lists plenty of great reads for us, too.
  4. Spoiler: I’m a Mom with ADHD via The Homemaking Scientist
    I’m always looking for other bloggers talking about adult ADHD, and I was pleased to stumble upon Jackie’s story. Kudos to her for sharing! We need more voices like hers.
  5. brainHQ
    You’ve probably heard of Lumosity, thanks to a killer marketing campaign, but they aren’t the only brain training game in town. I learned about brainHQ from my husband, who decided to give it a whirl this week after reading The Brain That Changes Itself: Stories Of Personal Triumph From The Frontiers Of Brain SciencebrainHQ’s exercise programs aren’t just based on brain science, either: they boast over 70 published papers proving their benefits.

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