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Five of My Favorite Resources for ADHDers, by ADHDers
So many of my amazing friends in the ADHD Community are building incredible tools and resources to help other ADHDers. When I think about it for too long, it really makes me weepy. I want to take a few moments to share the work of my ADHD friends who are making an impact on me and other ADHDers.
So, here we go…
Created by Libby Ward of “Diary of an Honest Mom” - The Honest Mom Journal was made to help struggling moms struggle less. Libby is an ADHDer who really “gets it”. This journal is simple and thoughtful and can be incredibly powerful. Find it here
You can also catch Libby on the My Lady ADHD podcast HERE
I love this newsletter for two reasons 1) It’s relatable AF and 2) my friend Jesse Anderson writes it and I know how devoted Jesse is to helping the ADHD Community. (was that three reasons?) Either way, it’s also FREE and super easy to be a part of!
⭐Future ADHD Digital Planners:
Started by neurodivergent entrepreneur, Grace Koelma, Future ADHD Digital Planners are becoming wildly popular within the ADHD Community. If you need a new way to spice up your calendar situation and make it fun again, this might be a good option for you. 😊 Find them here
⭐Stimagz Fidget Toys
Everyone on the Stimagz team is neurodivergent. Kody Lukens created Stimagz, a magnetic stim / fidget toy designed for neurodivergent adults, by neurodivergent adults. Stimagz are the first of many resources Kody plans to create in order to support fellow neurodivergent people around the world.
⭐ My Brain is a Racecar
My Brain is a Racecar, written by Nell Harris, is a must-have if you have neurodivergent kiddos. Created and inspired by her daughters ADHD diagnosis, Harris wanted to gift her a book that helped explain her brain's processes and needs.
You can find more ADHD book recommendations HERE
Join me this week as I sit down with ADHD Coach, RJ Porfilio, to chat about ADHD & the comparison "game". Are you comparing yourself to others regularly? Are you often trying to do things the way that others think you should do them? Dive in with us as we talk in-depth about comparison and how to climb through to the other side.
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