ADHD In 2019

It’s the last day of 2019, and time to list the things I ADHDed this year.

What does that even mean? Good question. I’m not sure. Let’s try to figure that out as we go,


Cutting Corners For Christmas

If you have ADHD and you’re seeking help, you’re probably roaming around the internet trying to find the search words that will bring you to the right sites.

And there are some good ones out here in the world wide web.


ADHD Change For Christmas

There have been times in my life when I could have seen myself ending up asking for change on street corners.

I’ve been frustrated, I’ve been disenchanted and disillusioned.


The Gift Of The Magi

You maybe don’t know the O. Henry story published in 1905 where a young couple in love and living in near poverty each sell the most valuable possession they have in order to buy something for the other one.


Moving Right Along

Yesterday I wrote about sites stealing original content and publishing it without attribution or honesty.

And that has little to do with ADHD. Though I did tell you how that made me feel as someone with ADHD.


Steal This Post

Guess what … my work is being stolen by other sites.

I’m not thrilled about this really, since at least one of them is putting the work through a cheap re-write AI and it’s coming out garbled.


ADHD – What Do We Want

There’s a cute meme about ADHD that I’ve seen a few times, it’s like a cartoon with panels, in the first a speaker is asking, “What do we want?” and in the second panel the crowd roars,


What I Learned In School

My school years were a time of joy and sadness, learning and failure, and sometimes they continue to be lessons to me.

There were no breaks meant to help someone with ADHD back then,


Plans Go Wrong

Last week I wrote these words in Friday’s blog: “I was encouraged to finish high school and get a job in some factory or other where I could live out my life in comfort and security without the need of educational debt.