Spring is the perfect time for exploring the great outdoors; camping, swimming, running or any sport that gets you outside. Make this season the most by using this opportune time to delve into activities that utilize excess energy so common … Read More
A special thanks to Edge Foundation Executive Director, Robert Tudisco for inspiring this article. Robert was an adult when he received his ADHD diagnosis. Since that time he tackled his ADHD head-on and shared what has worked for him. Robert … Read More
Do you find yourself distracted whenever you turn on your computer? Going online is especially distracting for everyone – not just people who have ADHD. Email, social media, online games, banking and blog feeds are all appropriate uses of online time. But they can also keep you from focusing on more difficult computer uses like researching and writing papers. Here some low-tech tips for keeping your priorities in mind and using your time wisely.
Note: this week’s post is by guest blogger, Kelsey Peterson. Kelsey was the student that inspired the creation of the Edge Foundation. You can find other tips and ideas about how to be successful in college with ADHD with our … Read More
I’ve got it all, all right. Impulsiveness. Fidgeting. Procrastination. Lateness. Can’t sit still. I even have an ADHD coach! I can sugar coat it all I want but the truth is having ADHD sucks! I hate it when I say … Read More