A Work In Progress

December 15, 2008 by Brenda  
Filed under ADD

Please bear with me the next couple of days. ADD Moms is getting a facelift, but it isn’t going so well. If you happen to stop by and things look odd, please be patient. In a few days, things will be better than before.

89 Tips

December 14, 2008 by Brenda  
Filed under Featured

My friend Cara from The Household Helper generously donated a free ebook called 89 Money Saving Tips to any of my readers who purchase the Financially Free with ADD email coaching program.

Just to give you an idea of how great this book is, I’m going to give you one of her hints:

Stress Free Finances

December 14, 2008 by Brenda  
Filed under Featured

Introducing a NEW Money Management Email Coaching program especially for adults with Attention Deficit Disorder!

Have you ever -

    Had to pay late charges because you forgot to pay or mail a bill?

    Overdrafted your checking account because you were confused about what was coming in or going out?

    Tried to set up a budget or money management system but gave up because it was too complicated?

    Gotten nervous at the checkout, wondering if there was enough in your account to cover what you were buying?

I’ve got to tell you, I’ve been there and done that.

One of ADDitude’s 8 Best Blogs!

December 14, 2008 by Brenda  
Filed under Featured

ADDitude Magazine recently did an article called “The Web’s Best ADHD Blogs”, and I am thrilled to say that ADD Moms was chosen as one of them!

Here’s a bit of what they said: “Brenda Nicholson’s blog is polished and professional, warm and welcoming. Nicholson, who has ADD and has raised three children with the condition, offers specific, road-tested strategies for managing daily life with ADHD. Listen to her podcasts, “Tuesday Ten Minute Tips,” raid her virtual pantry for meal-planning ideas, and try her day-planning system on this user-friendly site.”

Use Your Power for Good

December 8, 2008 by Brenda  
Filed under Life Skills

Do you think of yourself as a super hero? You should. As a person with Attention Deficit Disorder, you keep company with some very impressive people.

Beethoven, Bill Cosby, Cher, Leonardo da Vinci and Walt Disney to name a few. Do a search online for famous people with ADHD and you’ll see what I mean.

So if your mind works like da Vinci, or Einstein, isn’t that a good thing?

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