Mastering Your Money Mindset and ADHD:
Practical Tips for Financial Success
Tracy OtsukaMay 11, 2023
Get practical tips for mastering your money mindset and ADHD. Learn how to overcome financial challenges and achieve financial success.
Navigating ADHD and Menopause: What You Need to Know
Tracy OtsukaMay 11, 2023
Navigating The World Of Adhd Symptoms And Menopause Is No Easy Task. Here's Everything You Need To Know About Navigating This Tricky Combination.
Unlocking (And Loving) Your Inner ADHD Rebel
Tracy OtsukaApril 12, 2023
Are you a woman with ADHD? Maybe that's why you feel like an outsider: an ADHD rebel. Chances are, somewhere deep inside yourself, there's an urge to run towards something greater, wilder and more creative than the daily grind. But how can you access that powerful part of your identity while still being productive in […]
Women With ADHD: Six Secrets to Success
Tracy OtsukaApril 1, 2023
If You’re Living With Adhd You Know It Can Sometimes Feel Like A Struggle. Women With Adhd Often Get Knocked Off Their Throne When Feeling Overwhelmed.
Reboot Your Brain: The Benefits and Reality of Dopamine Fasting
Tracy OtsukaMarch 29, 2023
Discover the truth about dopamine fasting & how it can benefit your brain. Learn the science behind this trend & whether it's worth trying for yourself.
ADHD and Impostor Syndrome: The Double Whammy of Feeling Like a Fraud (But You're Not, Girl!)
Tracy OtsukaMarch 15, 2023
Beat feelings of fraudulence with ADHD & Impostor Syndrome. Learn coping strategies, tips, & tricks to manage the 'double whammy' of feeling like a fraud.
Five ADHD Hacks That Change How I Work
Tracy OtsukaFebruary 17, 2023
I'm Going To Share Five Hacks With You In The Form Of Resources, That Have Changed My Productivity Professionally And Personally.
Diagnostic Testing for ADHD With Laurie Harwood Peter
Tracy OtsukaFebruary 8, 2023
I Had The Honor Of Speaking To Laurie Harwood Peterson From Diagnostic Learning On Our Podcast About Diagnostic Testing For ADHD
How to Break the Exhausting Habit of Revenge Bedtime Procrastination
Tracy OtsukaJanuary 11, 2022
Revenge bedtime procrastination is an onerous name for a simple (and common) phenomenon: putting off sleep in favor of “me time” activities — often involving Netflix, social media, and next-day exhaustion. Here, learn more about this unhealthy sleep habit, why individuals with ADHD are particularly prone it, and strategies to break the cycle.
Revenge Bedtime Procrastination: How Women with ADHD Can Break the Cycle of Delayed Sleep and Stress
Tracy OtsukaDecember 17, 2021
Access the video replay, listen to the podcast episode (#382), download the slide presentation, and learn how to get a certificate of attendance for this ADHD Experts webinar originally broadcast on December 8, 2021.