Anita is a writer, speaker, advocate, creative, Mum to Zayn, Blakely and Daxton and is passionate about many things!

She was diagnosed with ADHD and separated from her husband in 2020/2021. These two life changing events inspired Anita to start rediscovering who she was, and embrace all of the beautiful and messy parts of herself.

She slowly found her voice and started sharing her story in the hope of helping others, especially women, who may be going through similar struggles, and didn't want them to feel alone.

Anita's children also have ADHD and Anita spends a significant amount of time learning information, implementing strategies and teaching them how to live with ADHD positively and confidently.

Anita has written many articles sharing her experiences and knowledge on not only ADHD, but on rediscovering who you are, parenting, relationships and life!

This is where her passions lie. Using her voice to share her experiences, in advocating for ADHD and encouraging and inspiring women to live a life they truly deserve despite what they are told.

The purpose of this website is to bring together all of her experiences and knowledge in one place to encourage curiosity, action and change.  To provide information on ADHD in one place, to hopefully not make it all feel so daunting.  To help reduce the stigma, shame and misunderstandings that surround ADHD.  And to provide hope that doing the hard things to create change, can lead to a life you didn't think existed.

** All information written by Anita on this site is from her own lived experience, information she has read, received or interpreted.

**Always seek medical advice if you have concerns or are struggling.



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Bionic Reading®

The majority of text on this website is using the Bionic Reading® font. It is a new method facilitating the reading process by guiding the eyes through text with artificial fixation points. 

As a result, the reader is only focusing on the highlighted initial letters and lets the brain centre complete the word. This allows for quicker and more in depth reading and understanding of written content.

It can help neurodivergent's read and understand text better.