Hello and welcome. I’m glad you’re here.
It’s ADHD Friendly (or IAF for short), is a celebration of smart, creative women at mid-life with ADHD. Here, we focus on the positive and share tips, hacks and life advice on playing to your own unique strengths.
We all know that having ADHD can be hard (especially around menopause, holy smokes), but we’re optimist, so focusing on the good brings us joy and energy. If you want to hear the downside of ADHD, there are plenty of places you can find that, but it’s not here 🙂
Who I coach
I coach smart, ambitious women who suffer from chronic distraction. Many of these women have ADHD, but not all are diagnosed or convinced they have it. Generally, my clients know they’re a bit different, and they have to do things their own way or they burn out out.
If that’s you – you are my people, full stop. You can find out more about my transformational coaching experience here.
I wasn’t formally diagnosed with ADHD until mid-life. Prior to that, I spent a lot of time trying to get organized, prioritized and ruminating on that thing I said, forgot or lost. When I was introduced to my ADHD brain, a lot of my “quirks” that I saw as personality flaws suddenly started to make sense.
The year I was diagnosed with ADHD, I dove head first into an ADHD-specific coach training program. Psychology and self-improvement are core passions of mine, and I have been coaching entrepreneurs and fitness clients since 2010, so this was a natural next step for me.
I’m on a mission to improve my own life, and the lives of other women who are struggling with the same set of lost keys and limiting beliefs.
My biggest win since being diagnosed is finding out who I truly am. Not the “who” that others want/expect me to be, but the real me. The me who wants to unapologetically pursue my dream job and live a life free of real pants. The me who doesn’t mind being imperfect, grammatically incorrect and 10 minutes late.
Now I help women embrace their own quirks and realize that liberating sense of “being enough” that we all want to feel. Trust me when I say, that belief is true for you too.
Are we kindred spirits? I sure hope so.
Please be sure to sign up for my email list and feel free to respond to any message I send with a personal hello. I’m here to connect with my peeps and if you’ve read this far without distraction, damn – you must be one of them!
- ADDCA ADHD Coach Certification
- Undergraduate – Psychology
- Master’s Degree – Psychology (with focus on behavior change)
- 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training (India)
- Meditation & Pranayama Certification (India)
- CorePower Yoga Instructor Training
- NASM Personal Trainer
- Precision Nutrition Certified Coach
NEW TO THE BLOG? HERE ARE SOME OF MY FAVORITE POSTS:
- What’s the BEST jobs for ADHD’ers? The one you love.
- Are you a compulsive spender? Here’s what to consider before you shop for anything – Once you’ve bought it, it’s your problem.
- ADHD + FIRE: Why I decided retiring early wasn’t for me.
- You CAN improve your relationship with money and spending well is skill – How to buy only what you really love.
- How to think about your money from this moment forward.
- If you’re interested in becoming minimalist, you might want to check out the quick guide to becoming a minimalist.
- But keep in mind that minimalism goes far beyond purging stuff. You also have to quit doing stuff, too.