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The ADHD Podcast — The Paper Solution

277: Introducing The Paper Solution

The ADHD Podcast — The Paper Solution

All-or-nothing thinking can invade your worldview and before long, you can get stuck there. Today on The ADHD Podcast, we talk all about the trouble of all-or-nothing thinking, and give you five strategies for overcoming it and becoming more aware at the same time!

291: Does it have to be All... or Nothing?

All-or-nothing thinking can invade your worldview and before long, you can get stuck there. Today on The ADHD Podcast, we talk all about the trouble of all-or-nothing thinking, and give you five strategies for overcoming it and becoming more aware at the same time!

"1/2 hour podcast about creating a vision for yourself, sculpting your loose goals into refined projects that you’re excited to make a reality."

233: Creating a Vision for Yourself

hour podcast about creating a vision for yourself, sculpting your loose goals into refined projects that you’re excited to make a reality.

"If you share space with another person, then organizing is a team sport. From defining the purpose of shared spaces to keeping one another accountable, you can’t build new habits if you don’t have the support of those who spend their time in your proximity." -  Nikki Kinzer

253: How to Get Your Family Involved With Organizing

Organizing is a team sport. "From defining the purpose of shared spaces to keeping one another accountable, you can’t build new habits if you don’t have the support of those who spend their time in your proximity.

Recently on Taking Control: The ADHD Podcast, Pete Wright had some great  recommendations on different apps and tools. I picked out five of my  favorites to showcase on the blog, everything from building habits to  tracking your food!

Top 5 Favorite Tech Tools for ADHD Self-Care

Recently on Taking Control: The ADHD Podcast, Pete Wright had some great recommendations on different apps and tools. I picked out five of my favorites to showcase on the blog, everything from building habits to tracking your food!

This week on the show, we’re picking up where we left off in our conversation with Melissa Orlov last week with key strategies on managing chores in an ADHD/Non-ADHD relationship. How do you maintain peace through the roadblocks of relationship challenges in keeping your home operating smoothly? We review Melissa’s five-step approach

312: ADHD, Love & Chores!

Today on The ADHD Podcast, we’re picking up right where we left off last week as we dig even deeper into systems! What is it that makes a great system? How do you really craft a system that is repeatable, retraceable, and resilient to the challenges of the ADHD brain? From laundry challenges to checklists to alarms, we’re teaching how to build systems that can’t be beat!

294: Retraceable, Repeatable, Resilient — Building Systems for ADHD

Retraceable, Repeatable, Resilient — Building Systems for ADHD

Take care of yourself, take care of your AHDH. This week on the show we’re kicking off a series on self care — from health and nutrition to sleep to medication to organization, we’re going to dig into it. So listen in today — if you’ve ever found yourself forgetting what feeling good feels like, you need to join us for this series and kick off 2016 with a celebration of you!

236: An Introduction to Self-Care and ADHD

Take care of yourself, take care of your AHDH. This week on the show we’re kicking off a series on self care — from health and nutrition to sleep to medication to organization, we’re going to dig into it. So listen in today — if you’ve ever found yourself forgetting what feeling good feels like, you need to join us for this series and kick off 2016 with a celebration of you!

Morning—if yours are a blessed cloud of peace, goodwill, and light, you can  probably skip this episode. That’s right, today’s show is…

260: Master the Morning Routine

Morning—if yours are a blessed cloud of peace, goodwill, and light, you can probably skip this episode.

Organizing For ADHD: If you’re struggling with ADHD behavior, you know that many “Getting Organized” resources are decidedly not geared toward you. ADHD offers a unique set of skills and abilities, but few of them relate to a traditional organizer’s bag of tricks. The word of the day is, “Permission” — give yourself permission to ease into the organized lifestyle your way, with your processes and tools in mind. This week on the show, Nikki Kinzer and Pete Wright talk about how organizing for…

157: Organizing For ADHD

This week on The Organizing Podcast Nikki Kinzer and Pete Wright talk about how organizing for ADHD is different than traditional organizing strategies, and offer insights for treating yourself well in spite of short term challenges!

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