Here’s my list of what I’m exploring this week.

What I’m Saying

HuffPost.com reached out to me as an ADHD expert for some articles they are writing. I’m quoted in this recent piece: “How to Manage Parenting When You Have ADHD.” (NBCnews.com and others also carried it).

Read it HERE.

What I’m Watching

My friend and colleague Linda Roggli of ADDiva.net gave a fabulous webinar at ADDitudemag.com: Simplify Your ADHD Life in the New Year: Physical & Emotional Clutter.

Watch it HERE.

What People Are Talking About

The One Thing:
The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results

By Gary Keller

I personally haven’t read it, yet, but I plan to. Over 13,000 excellent reviews on Amazon. Keller explores: “What’s the One Thing you can do this week (day/month or year) that by doing it, everything else would be easier or unnecessary?”

Check it out HERE
(Kindle version is currently on sale for only $2.99).

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What I AM reading is this remarkable historical novel, The Kitchen House; a heartbreaking and ultimately hopeful story of class, race, dignity, deep-buried secrets, and familial bonds, that takes place pre- Civil War in Virginia.

Check it out HERE.

Why Are You Tired All the Time?

This might explain things. The Edge Foundation shared some great information on fatigue and ADHD along with tips that will help you get out of that exhaustion.

Read the article HERE.

What I’m Excited About

I’ll be adding new listings daily, so if you can’t find help in your area, keep checking back!



I get a lot of emails and guess what the #1 question I get is:

Where can I find a professional in my area who can help me?


NEW! I’ve researched the handful of ADHD directories online and decided that I’m going to develop the best one, ever. One that is user friendly. One that doesn’t frustrate you or make your eyes hurt. One that is comprehensive, where you can find therapists, doctors, coaches, educators, clinics, etc. Hop over to www.GetADHDhelp.com and find help in your area. I will be adding new listings daily.

** If you are a professional or have a service or product and would like to be added, you can do so at https://getadhdhelp.com/add-listing/.

Want to learn more? Email me at support@addconsults.com.

Some of the top ADHD experts have already joined and you can, too. You’ll be in good company with Dr. Ned Hallowell, Sari Solden, Dr. John Ratey, Dr. Thomas E. Brown, Dr. Ari Tucker, Dr. Ellen Littman, Linda Anderson, Dr. Sharon Saline, Linda Roggli, Laurie Dupar, Alan Brown, Jeff Copper, Rene’ Brooks, and more.

What else sets my directory apart from all the others? Mine offers exceptional customer support so that you don’t have to wait forever to learn how to upload, edit, or get help with your listing.

Add your listing today!

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Then join The Queens of Distraction! 

Work with me throughout the week to get things done. 
We roll up our sleeves and attack the piles, the projects, the basement- whatever is on your “to-do” list that’s been staring at you for the last 10 years. Bonus: you’ll get to meet THE kindest, most supportive women with ADHD on the planet. 
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When you Need Help, I’m Here  

Talk to me- I understand. I get it. I have ADHD, too. And I can help.

I have a few slots open
 for online consultations via Zoom. These have become super popular, so if you’re looking to work with me one-on-one, grab an appointment. We meet live on Zoom (or you can request email consultations instead).
Learn more and sign up here.

Where to find Terry Matlen:

Website: www.ADDconsults.com
Coaching:  www.QueensOfDistraction.com

LinkedIN: www.linkedin.com/in/terrymatlen/

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