20 04, 2016

Spring Fling Book Hop WINNER!

By |April 20th, 2016|My Blog|0 Comments

The Spring Fling Book Hop was a ton of fun! I shared my springtime feelings and activities, including:
Husband wants me to weed with him today. If you need me, I’ll be surrounded by weeds!

Today’s weeding is done, and the whole neighborhood got to listen to my 13 and 10 year olds whine and complain. You’re […]

20 04, 2016

The Adderall Diaries: How To Manage ADHD Chaos Like a Boss

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Last week, I had Part One (of two) of the Adderall Diaries on the blog, focusing on the Farts-in-a-Jar aspect of Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder, or ADHD. This week, Part Two of The Adderall Diaries focuses on important and easy ways to manage the chaos.

These strategies can help basically anyone, and Husband and I […]

18 04, 2016

My Comedy Article Made the Huffington Post!

By |April 18th, 2016|My Blog|2 Comments

There is an elusive email that is passed around among writers, similar to the legends of the Sasquatch and Loch Ness Monster.

This email is sent by Ariana Huffington, the founder and current awesomeness that is The Huffington Post. It is a response to an author’s pitch for an article to be published on The Huffington […]

15 04, 2016

Spring Fling Book Hop: Enter to Win a $20 Amazon Gift Card

By |April 15th, 2016|My Blog|0 Comments

Caskets From Costco was invited to participate in the Spring Fling Book Hop! I am giving away a $20 Amazon Gift Card to one lucky winner!

The contest is open through high noon on April 18th, and the winner will be chosen randomly.

Go here to get the details: http://bit.ly/SpringBookHop
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15 04, 2016

A Page From The Adderall Diaries: Chaos, Clutter, and Focus Bubbles

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We deal with Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) in our household, and when a good friend of mine was writing about it, I begged her to post her musings here on Wilson Writes. When Husband was first diagnosed and for some time after, I was kind of a witch with a b about it, due […]