- The Distracted Mom
“It’s a struggle worth sharing since I know I’m not alone in it,” says Carolyn. I’ve been waiting, wishing, and hoping for more blogs about living with ADHD. A mom living with ADHD is just icing on the cake. Carolyn has created a lovely new blog that promises not just to be a strong voice in the adult ADHD community, but a hub of information from around the web.
- A-choo! IgG, Immunity, and ADHD via ADHD Roller Coaster
Dr. Charles Parker sheds some light on the connections between allergies, food sensitivities, and ADHD symptoms.
- The Blessings of a Messy Life via Be More With Less
I cannot abide a mess. In an ADHD household, this kind of attitude is both helpful and disastrous. Here, blogger Courtney Carver provides some silver-lined wisdom for dealing with life’s messes.
- When Being Impulsive is Not Spontaneous via The DIY Librarian
Oh boy. This one hits the nail on the head for me. Many people claim the spontaneous! fun-loving! zany! ADHD traits as assets, but as I get older, I find myself more and more exhausting. If you’ve ever felt the same, read this.
- Sorting Through Sentimental Keepsakes via Unclutterer
My very unscientific life observations have taught me, ADHD’ers can have a terrible time with sentimental attachments to objects. I won’t speculate today on why that might be, but this post offers some solid advice on managing sentimental attachments while trying to live a simple, less-distracted life.