Welcome 2011. May you be bloody awesome. A friend asked me today what my New Year’s resolution was going to be. Now, it’s important to note that I haven’t made an actual New Year’s resolution in many, many a year. … Continue reading
Posted in Decisions, On the Path, Randomosity, Therapy, Who am I?
Tagged boundaries, friends, new year, relationships, resolutions, strength, Therapy
I am feeling very funky today and do not know why. Luckily, I can say that this is aberrant; thank you, SNRI, hormones, and counseling. And contrary to what might seem logical to someone who may be in a situation … Continue reading
Posted in ADD, Decisions, Great Expectations, On the Path, Organization, The Ugly Truth, Therapy, Who am I?
Tagged ADD, adult ADD, depression, happiness, Life, Organization, peace, schedule, work
Hulloooooow! Here’s hoping that you all have had a glorious Christmas, etc., and are enjoying weather that does not involve flooding, power outages, or those stealthy killer icicles that try to stab you through the head every time you step … Continue reading
Posted in ADD, Decisions, Family, On the Path, The Ugly Truth, Who am I?
Tagged ADD, adult ADD, attention, career, Christmas, priorities, time off, vacation, work, work ethic
Waaay back in April, I took notice of the fact that someone at ADDitude Magazine had thought enough of my little corner of the netosphere to include my page in their list of popular ADD/ADHD blogs. I was incredibly flattered … Continue reading
Posted in ADD, Blogroll, Construction, Great Expectations, Left Field, On the Path, Randomosity, Who am I?
Tagged ADD, ADDitude, ADHD, blogging, linked, magazine
WARNING: This post could be a trigger. If you have ADD, please think about your current situation and how your day is going and whether you might want to read this now or put it off. I’m not here to toxic … Continue reading
Posted in ADD, Blathering, Damn It, Decisions, Family, Great Expectations, Kids, Marriage, On the Path, Organization, The Ugly Truth, Therapy, Who am I?
Tagged ADD, agnostic, antidepressants, Blathering, counseling, depression, faith, growth, hope, Kids, Marriage, medication, meds, motivation, optimism, recovery, summer, support, Therapy, trust
Someday, at some point in my life, I will learn never to plan anything in a way of “I’m going to do this!” because, inevitably, something gets in the way. Much like a rhinoceros in the middle of a one-lane … Continue reading