ADHD Life Un-Medicated; Part II

6 Months without Meds – a Crash Course in Self-Care (actual footage of me July – December) Being on ADHD medications as an adult may seem like a crutch to some but I have genuinely learned a lot about my “disorder” (pfft… more like super powers!) by being medicated and racked up quite a few…

Life without ADHD meds…

A lot of things have happened since I began this blog exactly a year ago but most recently, I got a new job; and you know what that means, single Americans… a brief and terrifying period of no health insurance! More on the new job later but, what you need to know is I LOVE…

Hey, Daydreamer

“A girl with ADHD may be labeled Chatty Cathy — the enthusiastic school-aged girl who is always telling stories to friends. Or she could be the daydreamer — the smart, shy teenager with the disorganized locker.” – “Women and ADHD by Tammy Worth from the WebMD Archives I remember when I first saw the above article someone…

Remember that time I started a blog?

And then promptly fell off of the planet… Sorry about that y’all.  But in all seriousness, being a Step Mom, taking two college classes and trying to work 40 hours a week at a job where I have 2 phones, an email and about 4 different bosses I need to make happy is really, really…

“I need my brain pills.”

WARNING:  This post is a little lengthy but… I think it’s important to share what I experienced so others know they’re not alone.   The title is a direct quote from my little brother Andy.  Then 6 or 7 years old, he had just been the first in our family be to diagnosed with what…

I’m not blogging. YOU’RE blogging.

Ok fine…  I guess it’s time I cowgirl up and turn all of my impossibly long Facebook posts in to a full-blown big girl blog. You’re welcome, Facebook friends. The thought of setting up a blog has been floating around my already busy brain for a while but the task of picking colors, backgrounds, fonts,…