Jennifer Pressley

Jennifer Pressley
Meet Jennifer, a native Texan now based in McKinney. After a varied career in fashion retail and ecommerce, she is now embarking on a new journey and in training to be a certified ADHD Life Coach for students and parents. She and her hubby of 15 years love globetrotting and have visited 21 countries together. When not shuttling her two kids to activities, catch her staying active in her home gym, binge-watching Netflix, or savoring wine nights with pals.
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7 Tips to Improve Executive Function Skills for Texas Kids

"Little did I know that understanding (executive functioning skills) would help my son thrive" :: One mom's account navigating an ADHD diagnosis.
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Mommy and Me Outfits You’ll Both Want to Wear

Strengthen the bond with your little bestie by sharing the same style!
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6 Prom Closets in Collin County

Prom can get expensive, but that shouldn't be a reason to not attend. All high schoolers have access to free gowns, tuxes, shoes, and accessories at these prom closets across Collin and Dallas counties.
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A Winter Break Survival Guide :: 20 Ways to Preserve Your Sanity and Your...

Whether you need help keeping kids out of your home office, keeping them entertained, or you want to sprinkle in a few special memories, consider this your guide to keeping your sanity.
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3 Tips for Reducing Holiday Stress :: Navigating the Busy Season

Sometimes expectations to craft the perfect holiday experience come from family or the media, but often we impose them on ourselves.
A mother reading with her son.

Dyslexia Demystified :: Parent’s Guide to Symptoms and Support

Behavioral warning signs — at any age — include avoidance of reading and writing tasks, behavioral issues and low self-esteem related to school, or frustration and overly emotional responses to homework (or as I affectionally call it the "homework tantrum").

Encouraging Your Child with ADHD :: 5 Essential Roles for Moms

Parenting an ADHD child requires moms to take on multiple roles—cheerleader, journalist, detective, guide, and role model.