A couple weeks ago I shared how I was diagnosed with ADHD last October. For many people this wasn’t much of a revelation, but it was definitely a surprise to me. In hindsight it’s obvious. I just never thought about it that way. And nobody ever mentioned anything about it to me. Until a couple
I didn’t realize I was codependent until pretty recently. Like just in the last few months. It took being divorced to discover this. In fact, I’m not sure I ever would have figured this out if I had stayed married. The first time I heard the word codependent was in reference to alcoholics. I thought
The other week I was listening to Rob Dyrdek on the Ed Mylett podcast. The title of the episode is How To Protect and Respect Your Time. This podcast episode has had a profound impact on me, and it’s become the foundation for my focus for 2023. Originally my goal for 2023 was to say
2022 was one of the most challenging years of my life. It’s definitely in my Top 3 Hardest Years Ever. There were times over the course of this year that I wanted to say screw it and just give up. Many times. There were times I seriously questioned if I could keep going. By October
The hardest part about being a grown up (for me anyway) is taking ownership of all aspects of self-care. Most people don’t want to do most of the things they need to do to stay healthy. I don’t want to floss my teeth or go to bed early or eat (mostly) healthy or go the
As we approach 2023, many of us will vow to change something about our lives. We might set a goal. Something like this: I need to lose weight. I want to be more organized. I need to start exercising consistently. I want to cut back on my expenses. I need to get out of debt.