Living As An Extroverted ADHDer

Way back in 2015 (or around that time), I did the ’16 Personalities Test’. Even though there is no scientific support – as such – for such measures of personality, I was with my best friend at the time and it was quite a fun thing to do! Interestingly, we both came out with theContinue reading “Living As An Extroverted ADHDer”

Lies I Told Myself

It’s a Monday morning and the rain beats down outside, falling from a leaden grey sky in its pursuit to wash away the warmth and usher in the colder, damper part of the year when summer dust is replaced by sticky mud and long balmy nights make way for frozen onyx darkness. I am alone.Continue reading “Lies I Told Myself”

What My ADHD Feels Like

As I sit here on a relaxed Sunday morning, listening to classical music and taking a well-earned break from tuition, my mind is contemplating the last week, running through the details in an attempt to find some level of linear structure in what often feels like chaos. Yesterday, I explained to a child what myContinue reading “What My ADHD Feels Like”

My ADHD – How Does It Affect My Life?

A number of people have asked me about my own ADHD so I thought I’d compile a list of ways it affects me on a daily basis! – Struggling to focus on anything I don’t enjoy: School was okay most of the time as I LOVE learning (and lessons were only an hour), but putContinue reading “My ADHD – How Does It Affect My Life?”

ADHD Work Accommodations

💜 SHARE TO SPREAD AWARENESS! 💜  People always ask me how I am so organised in my job and I always tell them it’s because I work for myself and have made my career ADHD-friendly. However, those who work for others may not have this level for control and it’s SO important employers understand ADHD and accommodationsContinue reading “ADHD Work Accommodations”

My Children’s Book: Hadie & Adah

Yesterday was an exciting day: my children’s book finally went live on Amazon! ‘Hadie & Adah is a story about two very special friends! Both girls have ADHD and they use their awesome brains to achieve amazing things! Written by a proud ADHDer, this colourful story shows the joy in embracing individuality and neurodiversity!‘ CreativeContinue reading “My Children’s Book: Hadie & Adah”

Hadie’s Box – The Gifts Of ADHD

Hadie looks into a grey puddle. All around, the world is blossoming with colour, love and energy, but Hadie doesn’t notice. She has seen a book discarded on the floor and desperately wants to reach down, grab the leather-bound volume and begin reading. However, something keeps stopping her. She is hyper-focused on the puddle andContinue reading “Hadie’s Box – The Gifts Of ADHD”

My No-Procrastination Bottle (NO-PRO-BO)

Like so many people with ADHD, I do tend to procrastinate if I am not enjoying the task in hand. Even though my business is my life, there are some things about it which I don’t enjoy, keeping up with fee reminders and general administration duties being two of them. There are also things whichContinue reading “My No-Procrastination Bottle (NO-PRO-BO)”

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”

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!”