• motivational quotes
    Growth/Personal Development

    The Comparison Trap

    Comparing ourselves to others can be easy to do. Especially with social media around. It’s something that many have done at some point in their lives. It’s something that I’m guilty of. I admit that I’ve fallen into the comparison trap. Definitely not the best feeling or thoughts I want to have or anything like that. I’m sure it’s not a pleasant situation for anyone. There are so many things that we compare. It could be relate to money, or parenting, or social situation, or pretty much anything in life. As a kid in elementary school, before I knew I had ADHD, I would compare myself to other kids. I…

  • Growth/Personal Development,  Self care

    Being Kinder on Myself

    Over the last few months, I’ve really come to realize how important it is for me to take care of myself and make time for myself. While I’m taking time for myself, I’ve become more aware of my thoughts, what I’m telling myself, and such. Not all of which is positive. I was realizing that I could be hard on myself. I still held high standards for myself. The self talk going through my mind wasn’t always positive, and it was at least partially due to what I thought I should be doing, the amount of things I should be doing, and such. Needless to say, I wasn’t like it…

  • Book reviews,  Growth/Personal Development

    Book Review: “A Radical Guide for Women with ADHD”

    This week, I want to discuss a book that I’ve read recently. The book is “A Radical Guide for Women with ADHD”, written by Sari Solden and Michelle Frank. Both authors have ADHD themselves and work with women who have ADHD as well. I ordered the book in October, but only started reading it last Friday, after finishing another book. I’ve been meaning to get my hands on a copy of the book for a while, as I was really interested in reading it. So, I finally started reading it, and really got into it. The book doesn’t focus on what ADHD is, treatments, and such. It doesn’t focus on…