Survival Tips for Women with ADHD – Terry Matlen

Book review

Female oriented tips and advice, but applicable for all

In “Survival Tips for Women with ADHD: Beyond Piles, Palms and Post-its”, Terry Matlen brings advice and tips shared by and written for women with ADHD. The book offers practical solutions to everyday problems, including tips from ADHD coaches and inspirational stories from the experts. Matlen shares stories of how various women with ADHD have managed to take control of their live and manage overload.

Survival Tips is full of very practical tips to provide help, in dealing with:

  • organizational tasks, including paperwork in the home and office
  • preparing meals
  • social situations
  • paying bills on time
  • household chores
  • shopping
  • personal and family health

Matlen has written a helpful guide and support for adults struggling with daily chores and decisions required by a world of linear thinking.

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ADHD Coach, Andrew Lewis

Andrew Lewis

Andrew Lewis is an ADHD Coach, writer and founder of SimplyWellbeing. He has over ten thousand hours and fifteen years of experience in coaching ADHD executives, business professionals and creatives. His expertise with ADHD is personal, with decades of his own experience, bringing up an ADHD child, running a large support group and in coaching clients often for years He has published his writing via this website and has ADHD online courses in development. His business expertise comes from a twenty years career in software, from programming, through marketing, sales and running a few start-ups.

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