2022 is here and so is the spring semester for college students! In honor of that, I have another post detailing five of my personal tips for college students with ADHD.
2021 has come to a close, and when reflecting on the year we have had, I cannot help but think of all of the great Christian songs I have listened to over the span of 2021, especially the ones that spoke to me in hard times and reminded me that God is with me. Read more by clicking on my post!
December is coming to a close and 2022 is just around the corner! You know what that means: New Year's resolutions are everywhere and the hot topic of conversation. But are they actually helpful or just another thing people are pressured into? Read my blog post to find out!
The Christmas season is here! It is so easy to get caught up in all of the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, so here are 5 reminders to help you slow down and remember what really matters about this season.
Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! Now that it is the holiday season, we are surrounded by tons of stimulus telling us to be happy and thankful... but what if we don't exactly feel happy? Does that mean we are not thankful?
Untreated depression has a lot of different symptoms, and some are able to fly under the radar in terms of being considered relatively "normal" to our society. In this blog post, I explore four different aspects of untreated depression that are not always seen as the indications and unhealthy thinking habits that they actually are.
It is always fun to treat yourself, but how do you do it responsibly when money is tight but you still want to celebrate a personal achievement? In this post, read about 5 ways that you can treat yourself in a way that won't break the bank!
What is that one experience from when you were a child that shaped the rest of your development and growth as a person? Mine happened on my kindergarten playground at recess one day. Read my blog post to learn more about the story!
The Fall 2021 semester is upon us! College students with ADHD, do not fret! Here are my 5 tips for those of us attending universities that also have ADHD-wired brains.