|Living with Adult ADHD||Organization Skills||ADHD in Women|
|Signs & Symptoms||ADHD Jobs||ADHD in College|
|Relationship Problems||Time Management||Young Adults|
|ADHD Apps & Tools||Health, Sleep, Stress||ADHD Adult Blogs|
|ADHD Parenting Home||Parenting Strategies||2015 Camp Guide|
|Oppositional Defiant||Health & Nutrition||Sleep|
|Discipline Problems||Organization Skills||Routines That Work|
|ADHD Teens||Social Skills||No More Nagging!|
|ADHD Treatment Home||Treating Your Child||Adderall|
|ADHD Medications||Side Effects||Daytrana|
|Alternative Treatments||Treating Kids Naturally||Strattera|
|The ADHD Diet||Medication Reviews||Vyvanse|
|ADHD/LD School Home||Organization Skills||Behavior at School|
|Teachers’ Guide||Sports & Activities||Working with School|
|School Accommodations||Learning Disabilities||High School|
|IEP/504 Plan||Homework Help||Working Memory|
|ADHD Diagnosis Home||ADHD Self Tests||Diagnosing LD|
|Signs of ADHD||Executive Function||Related Conditions|
|Types of ADHD||Getting a Diagnosis||Diagnosing Kids|
|Hypersensitivity||ADHD in Women||Anxiety & Depression|
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Writers' Guidelines for ADDitude Magazine
Thank you for your interest in writing for ADDitude. We're always looking for great writers and great stories about attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, learning disabilities, and related conditions.
Your query letter should include:
If we're interested in your idea, we’ll get back to you, generally within six weeks, with details about the assignment (deadline, payment, and so on).
Interested in blogging for ADDitudeMag.com? Take a look at our blogs -- written by parents of ADHD children, adults living with ADD, and even a CEO with ADHD -- and consider how your blog topic is unique from others already covered.
We are currently seeking the following types of ADD bloggers:
- Parent bloggers: Daily stories, victories, and rants from the people who love ADHD kids.
- Professional organizer blogger: Help kids and adults with attention deficit keep their lives in order.
ADDitude bloggers must contribute posts once a week. Compensation varies based on experience and level of contribution.
To apply to become an ADDitude blogger:
- Please send a 300-word sample blog post covering the topic you’d like to blog about (i.e., your work as an ADHD coach, or a review of an ADHD-friendly product). Additionally, you may send us a sample of previously published work that reflects your ability and interest in blogging on an ADHD-related topic.
- Because our writers are expected to contribute on a weekly basis, we also ask that you send 10 additional post topics, complete with a headline and one-paragraph blurb for each.
Please send all blogging applications, as one attached file (as an .rtf or .doc file, or as a PDF) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please allow six to eight weeks for a reply.