Fucking Little Tasks

ADHD Body Double & Mastermind

$50 / month

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About Jess

In 2008, I walked into class like it was any normal day. This was an education class I needed for my music ed degree. I sat down in my regular spot ready to take notes on that day's lecture.Strange things started to occur. Someone was vacuuming in the hallway. I chalked that up to it being an evening class.The lights kept flickering on and off.
People seemed to be moving around more than normal, getting up to throw away trash and sneezing loudly.
Someone even had an Aflak duck and kept making it go off, "AFLAK!"
The professor seemed to be going through the slides rapidly. I could barely keep up.
I was vigorously writing, trying to keep up.
"Did the professor just get faster?!" I thought.
I threw my pen on the table, crossed my arms, and sat back in my chair.
"What is going on?" I thought.
After a few more moments, the professor stopped. He looked at us and said, (People with ADHD) "It's not that they can't pay attention, it's that they pay attention to EVERYTHING."
My mind was blown. Everything I had ever been taught was that people with ADHD couldn't sit still and couldn't pay attention. This more nuanced understanding started me down a path of intrigue and curiosity.
Every person I encountered that had ADHD thereafter, I would ask a bazillion questions. I was so fascinated with how our brains could work so differently.
I even started coming up with a theory (back in like 2010) that people with ADHD came across as picky eaters because it was one sensory thing they could have more control over. Constantly having a barrage of sensory items overloading the system, they could at least control what was going in their mouths.
I seemed to start attracting ADHDers into my space. I became friends with them, lived with them, and even married one for a time. (He and I are still friends and you can even read about it if you want in my book, I Don't Hate My Ex-Husband).
Fast forward to 2020. I had just moved to Oregon from Ohio and was living with two roommates who have ADHD. One of them kept asking me when I was going to be doing my workshop on ADHD.
I didn't understand why she was so insistent on it at first. I DON'T have ADHD.
But then I started to realize how much I was teaching her about her OWN ADHD and even teaching a few of my other friends about theirs.
In 2021, I hosted my first Unapologetically ADHD workshop and it was a success!Ever since then, I dove head first into working with ADHDers.

Did you know? Jess...

Meet the Team

Morris DuBose

ADHDer, eXvangelical, storyteller, actor: these are just a few words to describe Morris. He is incredible at supporting people. Say the words, "I'm stuck..." and watch the wheels turn as he examines the problem from all angles, landing with great solutions to support you moving forward. 

Sheena O'Rourke

Fellow ADHDer, mom, spiritual AF. (Seriously ask her about herbs, she really knows her stuff). Sheena is an incredible person who loves deeply and is an amazing friend. You may hear her marvelous daughter in the background on calls. A great example of all parts of you are welcome in this space. 

Julia Orban

Fellow ADHDer, mom, student, wife, active community member. Julia's intuition is INCREDIBLE. She's the one you go to when you need to network. She has so many connection! Julia loves to connect people to the support they need. And she is an incredible advocate. Her heart for others is magnificent. 

Elijah Sandoval

Fellow ADHDer, student, brilliant, etc. Elijah is an epic human who has a heart to love, support and care for people. They are on a mission to support others through their secondary education journeys. They are an incredible person to be around. 

Hear how other ADHDers have been impacted by Fucking Little Tasks

Another huge thing that I love about that program is that, I can get help with a lot of neurodivergent specific needs that I have.

So like, if there's something that I've been struggling with for a long time, there's other people who are also part of the program

who...have ideas of like things that I can do differently or apps that I can try out or, just products that I can buy that will make my life

easier and that things that are just like neurodivergent friendly.


I think for me it's been really great to have a space to connect with other people like me, not feel so crazy.



"I get more done in an hour with Jess than when I'm left to my own devices for five hours."


"Jess gets it. She gives me space to do the thing now before I forget." 


"Working with Jess is one of the best things! One of her sayings is 'All of you is welcome here' and I 100% feel that every time. She is such a loving and giving and amazingly non-judgmental human being. It is an ABSOLUTE blessing to work with her and be part of a group where I know that I am NOT ALONE!" 

Frequently Asked Questions

Is this coaching? 

No, while there may be a few coaching moments within the hour, this is not a coaching container. This space is held to get those Fucking Little Tasks done.

If you need some guidance or need to talk something through, there is space to do that as well with Jess or one of her associates and/or the other group members. 

However, once a month, Jess will host a group coaching call where there will be "hot seat coaching". This means you will have about ten minutes to get some coaching around a question or situation. It's great to receive that coaching and also to witness others who are being coached.

How many people will be on the call? 

It varies from week to week and call to call. Sometimes there's one. Sometimes there's seven. It will evolve over time. 

When are the calls? 

Sundays at 4:30pm PST 

Mondays at 6:30pm PST 

Tuesdays at 9:00am PST 

Wednesdays at 1:30pm PST 

Thursdays at 9:00am PST

Fridays at 9:00am PST

You are welcome to come to as many calls as you would like!

The Group Coaching Call will be held once a month on the first Sunday of the Month at 3:00pm PST

What do you use What's App for?

Being part of FLT means you get access to our What's App Group. Here you get to be connected to a community on a daily basis. You can use it to keep yourself accountable, share your wins, and talk to other ADHDers just like you! Plus you'll get reminders about when the calls start so you don't miss out!

What if I want to cancel my membership? 

You can cancel at anytime! No pressure to stay. This is an ADHD friendly space.

All sales are final and there are no refunds for months already purchased. 

Contact coachingwithjess3@gmail.com with any questions or concerns.

What if I forgot about the meeting? 

This is an ADHD friendly space! You will get text reminders leading up to the call. Plus, Jess sometimes reaches out personally if she hasn't heard from you in awhile 

Ready to Master those Fucking Little Tasks?