FREE Online ADHD Palooza Event

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The info below is for a FREE live event that I genuinely think is going to be fantastic. It's aimed at women, but I'll bet 90% of the info will be good for everyone. I know most of the speakers (it's seriously an all-star lineup of experts (and me) and have heard what they have to say before.)


What do Dr. Russ Barkley, Dr. Ned Hallowell, Sari Solden, Dr. Tom Brown and Dr. Pat Quinn have in common? They and 25 other ADHD experts will be sharing their wisdom in the ADHD Women’s Palooza Jan. 11-16, 2016. Register now!


Women with ADHD! Historic online event happening Jan. 11-16, 2016. Watch, listen, participate in the first annual ADHD Women’s Palooza.  Top experts share their info/tips. Register for FREE!


Women with ADHD! The secret is OUT. The first ever Women’s ADHD Palooza- an online conference only for women with ADHD, January 11-16, 2016. The Legends and Luminaries of the ADHD World gather for the first time in history to share their collective and individual wisdom: Sari Solden , Dr. Edward (Ned) Hallowell , Dr. Russell Barkley , Dr. Patricia Quinn , Dr. Thomas E. Brown , Dr. Ari Tuckman , Dr. Russell Ramsay …30 all together…all ONLINE….FREE to attend! Plus, connect with other women with ADHD who “get” it** Registration is now open- grab yourself a spot.

FREE, really!


ADHD Women’s History in the making at the ADHD Women’s Palooza- January 11-16, 2016. Topics include: Organizing/Clutter Control, Hormones, Medications, Procrastination, Parenting, Gifted and ADHD, Social Skills, Money Issues, Relationships…and that’s just the top of the iceberg! Read more and register today: Register here


What’s an ADHD Women’s Palooza? It’s an historical event that happens January 11-16, 2016  online where 30 of THE top ADHD experts in the world converge to share their expertise with YOU. Don’t miss this! And guess what? It’s FREE. Seriously, register. You've got nothing to lose.


Women with ADHD! Would you like to learn the inside secrets from the top ADHD experts in the world on how to manage money, improve your social skills, manage clutter and procrastination, discover how to find the right career, get the latest on research, meds and treatment… to help you live a better, happier life? Reserve your FREE spot now for this incredible online event happening January 11-16: impressive speakers (and me) - register here


How? With their latest project, The ADHD Women’s Palooaza! Sound interesting?  Let me tell you a bit more…

The Palooza is a ground breaking online event January 11-16, 2016 with the top ADHD experts in the world presenting on all kinds of topics that pertain to women with ADHD: 

  • Clutter control

  • Hormones

  • Medication

  • Relationships

  • Social Skills

  • Careers

….and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.


It will be an extraordinary week of insight and answers exclusively for women with ADHD presented by 30 ADHD Legends and Luminaries, including Dr. Russell Barkley, Sari Solden, Dr. Ned Hallowell, Dr. Patricia Quinn, Dr. Thomas E. Brown, and many more…


Would you like to be a part of this ADHD revolution? Would you like to find out how life can be better with ADHD? Would you like to rub elbows with some of the top ADHD experts in the world? Would you like to connect with other women, like you, who have struggled far too long and are ready to move forward with new information, resources and best of all…hope?

You can!  Just register by clicking HERE Just register, already!.

Questions? Just reach out to Linda or Terry at



Kim Kensington



Resolution Solution: Happy New Year!

The Art (and Science) of Making and Keeping New Year’s Resolutions

Ok, I know it’s sort of cool NOT to make any New Year’s Resolutions, but if you are uncool, like me, and are REALLY intending to do some things differently this year, here are a few tips.

1)   The formula for success is Time + Effort (vs. Doing it Right).

2)   It takes about 21 days to create a simple new habit.

3)   The habit needs to be a concrete action i.e. to Lose Weight: Eat more vegetables.  Exercise at least 30 minutes 3x/week.  Keep a food diary.  (That sort of thing.)

4)   The action needs to have a home (just like our stuff).  Where will it go in your day?

5)   Don’t use the clock.  Instead, use “it will go before _____ (something rewarding or relaxing) and after ________ (something you already do every day)

6)   To create a new habit, you need to reward it every single time in the beginning (the first 21 days).

7)   To maintain the habit, you need to reward it at random intervals (think gambling).

8)   In the beginning the amount of time needs to be so small that it’s easier just to do it, than to talk  yourself out of doing it.

9)   The effort includes EVERYTHING connected to it – i.e. staring into space trying to decide where to start and trying to recover your on-line bank password.

10)   Stop when you said you would stop.  If you don’t trust yourself to stop, then tomorrow, you won’t trust yourself to do it for “just 5 minutes.”  This helps rebuild personal integrity.

These are some of the principles used in the 28-day program inside my book – Starting Tomorrow: Get Stuff Done & Have More Fun!  To learn more, click the link that says "book" and sign up for my email list to get Part One: She Blinded Me with Science: - for FREE!