The Two-Sided (Or Multi-Sided) Coin

As you are probably aware, if you have been following this blog since its conception last Thursday, I have become hyper-focused on it. Hyperfocus. That four-syllable word which is flung around the internet like a beanbag of perpetual fascination – the flip-side, the antithesis of chronic distraction. As I sit writing this, I am bittenContinue reading “The Two-Sided (Or Multi-Sided) Coin”

Living With A Fast Mind

Finding out I have ADHD was almost like the missing puzzle piece. For so many years, I had danced through life surrounded by a world I thought everyone perceived in the way I do. I’d always thought everyone found meaning in everything, made stories out of everything, saw magic in anything and everything… Then, aContinue reading “Living With A Fast Mind”

Enjoying Creativity!

When I was younger, I was often found lying on the floor surrounded by a myriad of art materials: pens, pencils and paints! Always told off for being untidy, even now I secretly wish I could escape to a room full of wonderfully colourful art supplies where creativity is unlimited and materials never run out!Continue reading “Enjoying Creativity!”

Getting Ideas Down On Paper!

The three words which define my business have never changed! Imagination, inspiration, innovation: these lead my insatiable brain to discover more as I constantly search for links between the never-ending stimuli taken in by my hungry senses! ‘I suppose that’s where it all begins. In the flicker of an idea which, like a vivid firework,Continue reading “Getting Ideas Down On Paper!”

Learning To Plan & Planning To Learn

Administration makes me come out in a rash! It’s boring, repetitive and greys my brain quicker than a thunderstorm at a picnic. However, in order to run a business, I have to do it and, therefore, I have developed techniques to make the process somewhat more bearable! 1) I listen to isochronic music: TheseContinue reading “Learning To Plan & Planning To Learn”

Finding ACTION in distrACTION

The world is a distracting place. Sights, sounds, smells, tastes and feelings work together in their insentient intent to disturb us from our focus and send us twirling down a pathway filled with rainbow creativity possibly best illustrated by the crayons of a five year old.  Technology isn’t distracted. Computers work in their mundane universe,Continue reading “Finding ACTION in distrACTION”