6 Executive Functioning Tips for a Successful Summer

Ahh, summer…Time to loosen up on executive functions and enjoy life, right? The problem is, when we loosen up TOO much, we let our time slip away. The end result is that we feel out of control and struggle

Continue reading

The Secret to Overcoming Decision Fatigue

Activating the executive functioning system of the brain requires constant effort and energy. Why? Because we have to actively make choices throughout the day to prioritize tasks, sustain attention, manage

Continue reading

Ten Tips for Developing Executive Function Skills in the Kitchen

For people with executive function challenges and/or ADHD, cooking a meal from scratch can feel like scaling a cliff. That’s because there are many executive functions required to make a meal! Planning

Continue reading

New Planner Designs Coming Soon!

Challenges with the executive function skills of planning and prioritizing – otherwise known as future thinking – cause so much pain. This is one of the primary motivators for people to enroll

Continue reading

3 Tips to Improve Connectedness (When You Struggle with Executive Function)

Humans are social creatures. Research has shown that solid relationships with others help us to be happier and even live longer. Apparently, it even supports our immune systems! However, making and maintaining

Continue reading

Two Key Tips to Support Your Executive Functions in 2023

I have probably said this before, but I will say it again: Your choice of words, both spoken and written, have a powerful effect on your executive functioning. This is especially true when it comes to

Continue reading

Before You Set Goals This Year, Remember These Two Time Management Rules

Oh, how we all love to start fresh with a new year. We can let go of our past executive functioning challenges and imagine a new beginning, proclaiming: “This is the year I will master time management

Continue reading

The Importance of Checking Your Internal Weather

‘Tis the season! Winter is upon us and as usual, the hectic holiday season can easily overwhelm our executive functioning. Unless you are someone who sighs with relief when the rain returns (or you

Continue reading

How to Get Past Your Inner “I Don’t Wanna” Voice

Our clients, who struggle with executive functioning, come in a wide range of ages and stages in life: students, wage-earners and retirees with very diverse cultural and economic backgrounds. And they

Continue reading

An Invitation to Mondays with Marydee

At the core of my soul, I am a creative being. As my very first team member, Madeline, once wisely observed, “Marydee, you are not happy unless you are making something.” But prior to the age of 40,

Continue reading
Skip to content