Hyperfixations are those all-consuming, obsessive hobbies that come with having ADHD. Are they good? Bad? Something else? Read my blog post to find out!
Exploring the ASMR Phenomenon
ASMR, is there something more to it than close-up camera whispering? As an ASMR enjoyer, I hope to enlighten you about this particular community and hopefully convince you to give ASMR a try.
The Battle of Dealing With Perfectionism
In a world obsessed with work and perfection, it is no wonder that so many people struggle with perfectionism. In this post, I explore how this mindset can manifest in your life as well as offering some tips on how to fight perfectionistic tendencies.
5 More Tips For Fellow College Students With ADHD
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.
Signs That You Might Have Untreated Depression
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.
Driving Anxiety – What It Is And How To Deal
Sometimes anxiety follows you out of the house and into the car. What can you do when you are anxious about driving but you have places you need to be? Read more to find out!
The Relationship Between Mental Illnesses And Nightmares
Nightmares are way too common for me.... why exactly is that? Is it because of my anxiety, depression, or childhood PTSD? Read my blog post to find out.
3 Different Kinds of Planners to Try – Keep Your Life Organized!
It is sometimes so hard to stay organized in this crazy world! Luckily, there is a great tool to help with this! Planners come in many different formats and in this post I explore my 3 favorite kinds of planners.
If You Do This, You Might Have ADHD
That weird thing you do? That might actually be a sign that you have ADHD. Read the blog post to find out what these tendencies are!
Mistakes – Learning to View Them as Growing Experiences
There are some times when you need to admit to yourself that you made a mistake in one of your choices. Read my blog post to discover how this is actually an opportunity, not a fault.