Executive dysfunction can originate from a variety of sources. Depression, anxiety, ADD/ADHD, illness, and even being overtired. It’s crippling when it hits, even if it passes in a day. For those who live with it, it can become a level of hell especially when combined with a society that calls it “laziness.” The first skill… Read More Top-Skills Thursday: Executive Dyusfunction
How many times have you done your best, poured your heart and soul into something, and received no recognition? No one recognized how hard it was. No one saw how you struggled to learn things so you could do well. No one realized you did this on top of all your other work. No one… Read More Motivational Monday: Do Your Best Anyway
I’ve talked in several previous posts about how to get things done. I’ve gone over using small goals, using lists, and scheduling. Today, we’re going to talk about clearing your schedule.
The majority of my self-care posts are things you can do without spending any money. That isn’t changing. For today, we’re going to look at this way to take care of yourself. It has been a long week. Life has just run you ragged. You need a break. The calendar says it’s the weekend but… Read More Self-Care Saturday: Hire It Out
Though I tend to post self-care ideas that are focused on the “fun stuff” there’s another type of self-care that is much harder at times. This is the list of things I gleefully toss under “adulting” and try to ignore. Doing laundry, paying bills, cleaning house, even cooking as much as I enjoy it, they’re… Read More Self-Care Saturday: Reward Yourself