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A few of my top recommendations

Below you'll find my recommended reading for ADHDers, my favourite tools and products which are super ADHD friendly, and some things which I just think are great because they've helped me!

ADHD 2.0 

Written by Edward M. Hallowell M.D. and John J. Ratey M.D.

This is one of the first books I read during my ADHD diagnosis period. 

It's incredibly informative, digestible and engaging for anyone with ADHD, who thinks they may be, or who has an ADHD loved one.

Stolen Focus

Johann Hari

Not a book about ADHD but WOW is this eye opening about attention in general.

Full of incredibly researched examples and things to try to improve your focus with ADHD or without!

Divergent Mind

Written by Jenara Nerenberg

A brilliant book for self-acceptance and self-understanding.

Not ADHD specific but hugely insightful about Neurodiversity and navigating the world as an ND woman.

Taking Charge of Adult ADHD

Written by Russell A Barkley

A fluff free book on strategies to navigate life as an ADHD adult from an internationally respected, long-term ADHD researcher.

The Power of Fun

Catherine Price

It's unsurprising that this stands out to my ADHD brain but this is an actually fun book on how we need to prioritise fun in order to live our lives in the healthiest way possible.

It's incredibly self-affirming reading for those of us who constantly seek engaging activities.


Written by Leanne Maskell

Written with true warmth and understanding, this bitesize journey through many aspects and symptoms of ADHD is a valuable addition to your ADHD resource library.

The Right Brain Business Plan

Jennifer Lee

For the entrepreneurs among us!

Planning in "typical" ways can be incredibly hard for us ADHDers. 

This book was one of the first to help me plan in a me shaped way - even before my ADHD diagnosis!

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