I’m not okay, and I know it’s okay to not be okay, and I’m being patient and accepting of the not-okay. It’s been hard, though,
Yesterday I over-corrected. My achievement for the day was recognizing it. Yesterday morning I wrote that I’d been unproductive and frustrated about it for days.
The past several days have been tiresome. I have the attention span of a gnat and it’s frustrating as hell. I’ve done very little studying.
Yesterday’s accomplishment was focus. ADHD is a funny thing. When the brain gets excited and locks in on something, it’s intense and rather indescribable. Suffice
One of the key challenges while unemployed has been not letting my body stagnate. It was already difficult to make sure my body moved frequently
I decided not to take my ADHD medication yesterday. In some sense, this was an act of desperation. My organizational skills are off the charts
I was laid off from my job of 14 years last week and my energy and brain-space are intense right now. I feel floaty. There
It feels like the Nothing is catching up to me and I’m going to fall into a depressive cycle at any moment. I’m spending my
It is Monday morning. My house is clean and my body is sore. I overslept and I plan to work from home today. I dusted,
I went and had dinner with friends. It was good to be around people. And yet, the Nothing lingers. It crept in a bit on
Yesterday’s successes mostly had to do with financial goals. My Amazon Prime ordering habits have been out of control for years. The efforts I’ve made
Time-blindness is such an aggravating and complex topic. I only learned of it recently, and I’ve found it triggers painful memories. It pulls me back
A few weeks ago, I downloaded an app to help me keep track of household chores. Today, I’ll share my thoughts on how it’s going.
Last October, I wrote a post about my cleaning strategies. After having read the book, Unf*ck Your Habitat, I see now that the marathon cleaning
Cleaning out a closet is all well and good, but what comes next? The before and after photos are enviable but what you don’t see