A few months ago, I challenged myself to do something scary. Really scary. I spoke about having ADHD and dyslexia in front of hundreds of people over two nights here in Bozeman. It was a PechaKucha talk meaning I had six minutes and 20 seconds to tell my story. I created a Powerpoint of 20 … Continue reading Why my challenges are also a blessing
"I always made a point of telling the doctors I was sane, and asking to be released. But the more I endeavored to assure them of my sanity, the more they doubted it." -- Nellie Bly I often ponder the power dynamic between patients and their health care providers. Clearly, doctors spend years gaining medical … Continue reading The Mighty Doctor: Considering the Power Dynamic Between Patient and Doctor
If like me, you’d never heard of Ryder Carroll, you’re not alone. It’s not like the Brooklyn-dwelling digital product designer is a household name. Until yesterday, I’d never heard of the guy either. But he changed my life and so many others when he invented a system of task organizing he dubbed bullet journaling. I … Continue reading A silver bullet? How a notebook changed my life
Do you have AD(H)D? Does it get you down? Here's some thoughts to transform that self-defeating negativity into inspirational motivation.
"The more pleasure you seek, the more unhappy you get." -- Dr. Robert Lustig I've kicked the habit. I have resisted doing puzzles online for nearly two weeks now and this time I think it's going to stick. It was an embarrassing habit wrought sometimes of boredom, but most frequently of fear and procrastination. … Continue reading Dopamine — making us dopey?