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Adult ADHD | Comedy + Holidays

Make Holiday Shopping Less Stressful

By Rick Green - Founder of TotallyADD

Ah, holiday traditions. Every year, the familiar customs, gatherings, and celebrations.

Every year, seeing family… the cousin who always breaks something valuable.  The uncle who tells everyone what’s wrong with this country. The sister-in-law who knows ADHD is crap and you just need to try harder.

Adult ADHD | Experts

Odd Ways of Coping with ADD

By J. Russell Ramsay

Let’s focus on a couple of unorthodox coping strategies. These are two of many clever innovations discovered by my clients themselves, ones that helped them successfully personalize some familiar ADHD strategies.

Adult ADHD | Rick | TotallyADD Blog

ADHD Planner? The Path To New Habits…

By Rick Green - Founder of TotallyADD

I’ve mentioned recently that at my lowest moments, despairing, I thought, “I wish I’d never been diagnosed.”
That’s not true, of course. Having an explanation for some of my challenges, an explanation that I can work with, has been hugely helpful.

Adult ADHD | Articles | Rick | TotallyADD Blog

ADHD Strategies

By Rick Green - Founder of TotallyADD

You’re reading this because at some point you, or a loved one, saw a video, read an article, did an online test, or took our Unofficial ADHD Quiz, and the penny dropped, you thought “maybe I have adult ADHD”.

Adult ADHD | Rick | TotallyADD Blog

Up Early. One Sure Way to Increase Productivity.

By Team TotallyADD

For some reason I woke up early yesterday and didn’t do that thing I do so well to start my day—rolling over and falling back asleep for another two hours. Instead I found myself up and making breakfast long before anyone else had stirred. To be fair we were at a cottage and part of the pleasure of being up north is sleeping in.
But as I discovered…

Adult ADHD | Rick | TotallyADD Blog

The Power Of Teamwork

By Rick Green - Founder of TotallyADD

So I’ve been blogging about how I, an ADHD adult, managed to train for a 368 mile/6 day bike rally in less than three months. Bearing in mind that I was out of shape, didn’t have a bike, hadn’t ridden in years, and the other 190 riders had been training for 6 weeks.
I pulled it off using the same strategies I’ve used to manage and even master my ADHD…