ADHD Symptoms in adults aren't usually detectable until you get to know the person. That's because they're a little harder to spot for the adults than they are in children. Don't believe for a second that the symptoms aren't there, bubbling below the surface. As we grow older and mature, we learn how to disguise … Continue reading ADHD Symptoms In Adults Aren’t Character Flaws
Having to remember stuff. Organization and shit. People to disappoint by forgetting stuff. Just the thought of it sends my anxiety through the roof! Pass the eggnog; no, just pass the rum. The whole bottle.
One day I decided to stop hating my body. It wasn't a total epiphany or a conversion experience. It was a cumulation of months of thinking: I hate being so miserable. It sucks not having the confidence I should. I'm pretty but I never feel that way. What am I missing? Here's the thing: Everyone's … Continue reading I Can’t Love Myself and Hate My Body
Procrastination sucks. Dealing with procrastination is like navigating a funhouse, full of mirrors, floors that spin, and other obstacles. Living with ADHD isn’t so bad, all things considered. . . that is until I do something that requires focus and/or attention. I’m a time blind girl, living in a world that feeds on time like … Continue reading Here’s A Plan To Beat Procrastination
Have you ever been to jail? Yeah, me neither. But I DO love true crime, and I make it a point to watch a lot of prison shows, like diagnosed with ADHD is a lot like entering unfamiliar territory, like a prison. The problem is, we don’t get guides. So, like the great gal I … Continue reading The Ultimate ADHD Guide – 10 Steps To Flourish with ADHD
This procrastination post has affiliate links in it that help me fund blogging about procrastination. If you purchase something, I will NOT procrastinate on using those funds to keep the content coming. It is a riveting night at the house of Brooks, aka the Palace of Procrastination. There is doo-wop, knitting needles, new crochet projects … Continue reading Procrastination Has No Power Against These Tips
I wrote yesterday about the effects of abuse, and so much of it is rooted in misogyny. As someone who has suffered from the effects of that toxicity, the origins of misogyny interest me. I had the fortunate pleasure of being able to discuss those things with my close friend, Kyle Barnes. After meeting up … Continue reading Discovering and Recovering from Misogyny
This post contains affiliate links. If you purchase items through these links, I will receive a small profit. This in no way effects my opinion of the products. Ok, so if you’ve been reading for a while, I may have alluded to it before, but if you didn’t realize it before, I’m saying it now: … Continue reading Life After Emotional Abuse, and Five Books To Help
"Reclaiming my time" was the shot heard around the world last week. For me, it solidified something I need to proclaim publicly. It's time to reclaim your time. I've adopted Maxine Waters. She doesn't know it, but she is my spiritual guide, my trusted adviser, and one of my favorite aunties. There is nothing I … Continue reading 5 Reasons To Reclaim Your Time
Disclosure: this post contains affiliate links, which help me keep the lights on and the laughs coming. I promise you I won't suggest anything I don't believe in or wouldn't use myself. You may or may not know this, but Monday kicks my butt EVERY WEEK. There is something about it that reminds me of … Continue reading Monday Momentum: Coloring Books!