We try to put up a brave face and show the world that we’re tough. We’re always trying to be strong. But here’s my advice: stop it right now.
Staying productive is hard if you have ADHD. Also if you don’t! I’m giving you my top 5 ADHD productivity tips to help you get stuff done.
ADHD is probably not what you think. And that’s understandable, since most of the issues ADHD people face aren’t directly visible, or even known as ADHD symptoms to most people. So let me take the time to change that, and let people know what it can really be like to have ADHD, and why you can’t sum it up with getting distracted easily and being hyperactive. It’s so, so much more than that, and it’s so much harder to live with than it sounds.
Have you ever struggled to understand your conversation partner while there wasn’t even that much noise around? Or have you ever been on the receiving end of that situation, and found yourself frustrated having to repeat yourself? Then hopefully, this post will clear up a lot about auditory processing issues.
Spoons and pots are obviously handy kitchen utensils, but did you know they’re also really useful as analogies for the way the human mind works?
Time and time again, perfectionism has proven itself to be a worthy opponent. It used to control my life when I was younger, but even though it’s lost its all-encompassing power, it’s still one of my life’s greatest enemies, and one that this blog was designed to tackle. At the same time, perfectionism was also designed to tackle aspects of my life like my blog, and so the battles and skirmishes continue. I want to share with you a part of that struggle, which you can read about in today’s post.
It’s normal to have some resistance against trying someone else’s advice. But even if you don’t like it, you’re better off giving it a try.