Staying safe might look like avoiding something that appears to be completely harmless, like a beach at low tide, or a good friend that appears to be completely healthy.
Admission: I have spent several months with one foot in my business project, and one foot in being a stay-at-home mom (that was my full-time gig up until this year when my youngest daughter started preschool - now it's only most of time!) I find myself not really being able to give my heart to … Continue reading I Need to Declutter & Here’s a Glimmer of Hope
I kept practicing overriding that thought; it was strangely empowering!
A person with ADHD is, first and foremost, a person. If you are also a person, you might enjoy the content of this blog. 😉 This is particularly true if you have ever experienced any of the following "symptoms": You have procrastinatedYou've gotten distractedYou've been forgetfulYou've struggled to get organizedYou've struggled to prioritizeYou've felt overwhelmed or "scattered"You've been disappointed in how … Continue reading Is This Blog for Me? (I Don’t Have ADHD…)