New Year, new me?

Birthday resolution: Submit at least one blog post monthly It's my new year, as in, I recently celebrated a birthday. Truth be told, I've been working on this post for weeks now. But honestly, birthdays aren't nearly as exciting as they used to be when I was a kid. In fact, I'd much rather forget … Continue reading New Year, new me?


Toilet Tawk

"Today you can go to a gas station and find the cash register open and the toilets locked. They must think toilet paper is worth more than money."       -- Joey Bishop Is it just me and my dyslexic brain? I just abhor washing my hands in icy cold water. So every time I come … Continue reading Toilet Tawk

Phoney foibles

Yup, so I did it again. It was back on Oct. 4 -- I had another of those dyslexic, forgetful, foolish days. In the car on the way to the airport I decided it was time to set a security code on my cell phone. And, no, I wasn't driving -- I have a hard enough time … Continue reading Phoney foibles

So many jobs, so little time

So truthfully, my track record with jobs has been, well, somewhat scattered. It's almost embarrassing. I've often wondered why I've had so much trouble staying in one job and in one place for very long. I can't even count the number of places I've lived in the last 20 years -- four since moving to Montana about six … Continue reading So many jobs, so little time

What us wheel-running gerbils can learn from chefs

"It's like a very ... Zen-like thing. All my knives are clean. Clean cutting board. Clear space to work. Clear mind." - Greg Barr, sous-chef at New York City's Esca One of the tenets of living successfully with ADHD is staying organized. I use various tools and practices which I previously wrote about (see "Where is ... … Continue reading What us wheel-running gerbils can learn from chefs