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Hi -my name is Liz Lewis. Otherwise known as HealthyADHD.   I started this website, but when my friend Jennie asked me if I wanted to take over her podcast I thought I should re-introduce myself. In 2015 I woke up one morning and decided that I wanted to build a community of women living with ADHD. […]

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  I was going to write an article about the ADHD brain and procrastinating. But then I thought, “Nah, I need to keep researching and reading, then I’ll be ready.” So I kept researching and reading. While doing so I had the opportunity to hear Dr. Kim Kensington of procrastinationdoctor.com do an interview during the Women’s […]

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I don’t want to have just another ADHD podcast. I really don’t. I mean I listen to all of the ADHD podcasts, and I enjoy them. But I never in a million years thought that I should start my own. Podcasts are for people who understand technology, and have smooth, calming voices. Thinking about all […]

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Going forward I will be making short videos to discuss the work I do with clients. It seems more personal to do it this way, plus it saves me some time! Today’s video is about Amy, a young mother navigating life with ADHD while trying to be the best mom she can be. Oh and […]

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Book review: What could go wrong?   I thought it would be fun, and much faster, to do a video review. This book is not your ordinary parenting book – there is no, “do this, don’t do that.” Grayson writes about the stuff of life with humor and grace. I really enjoyed it.   Warning: […]

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    Emotional management is not something you are born with. And people with ADHD often feel emotions more intensely than others. Source Up until the age of about three, we are completely dependent on our parents to regulate for us. Development of self-regulation skills continues throughout our childhood and into our early 20’s. But […]

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  * This post may contain affiliate links. Journaling isn’t a new concept for most of us. But the idea of starting one and then keeping up with it is a bit daunting. And don’t even mention that whole Bullet Journal craze. I can’t do it. Too complicated. I’m more of a brain dump kinda […]

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I provide ADHD coaching and support. Consequently, this post is probably a really bad business move for me. Working with clients, I have seen two basic attitudes about life with ADHD. Some of us  choose to make the best of it. (coaching, support, education) While others routinely say things like, “Sometimes the ADHD wins.” (get […]

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I get emails. Lots and lots of emails. Every day. Mostly from women, but I do get some from men as well. Almost every one of these emails contains a question about ADHD. Some ask several questions because the information they seek is not always easy to find. I love researching and answering, but unfortunately, […]

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  I remember when I was a kid, I would sit in math class and take these detailed notes about how to do whatever type of math we were learning. Frankly, no matter what it was it was lost on me.  Algebra, trig or geometry, it didn’t matter. You know why? Because no matter how […]

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