The best way to get in touch with me is to follow and converse with me on twitter or instagram. Since I have moved on from 1 on 1 coaching- I am no longer blogging here.
I am "Microblogging" over on Instagram now, which you may have noticed on the front page of this site.
I've spent a lot of time waffeling back & forth about where my SuperADDmom blog is going...or not going...and it's time for a change. I'm 12 years into this blog brand...and I'm not who I was when I started it.
When I started there were not many ppl or bloggers talking about ADHD in adults/mothers. But now today there is.
I have ADHD and dyslexia. So, I'm a crappy blogger. It takes me so long to write a blog post with editing for spelling I have found myself not even wanting to sit down and write here in a LONG time.
The things that have been tugging at my heart a LOT are "Simple", "Easy", "Doing Less", "Saying Hello To Joy Daily", and being present in every moment.
I crave nature in my days to feel balanced in my energy, and lessening sensory overload of a loud world.
I want to go for nature walks. Plant flowers, grow a garden as a zen practice, make my back yard a minimalist oasis, go on bike rides with my kids...I want to slow down in life.
My physical health with spinal stenosis now requires me to go easy and slow now...and I think it has taken this time for my ADHD brain to decide it can in fact slow down to meet my physical abilities. So. I'm done coaching.
I want to FINALLY get my house to a point of being OK. Not perfect. But ME. Let me tell ya cleaning when your kids are little is FUTILE! So, now that they are 12 and 16...I want to focus on making and keeping my house functional and joyful for ME.
It has taken me a while to decide to "retire" as a typical blogger. I am finally brave enough to jump all in with that...I want to focus on getting better at doing things I've told myself I'm bad at, like gardening and daily housework...and learn to do them with joy.
What WASN'T working for me before was not decorating as I clean. I NEED that joy to stay motivated. And, telling myself I am bad at stuff to just avoid doing it. I've decided I can learn to do new things with joy and intention and FOCUS.
So I'm done blogging on a website about ADHD education. I just don't have room in my life anymore for the stress & feelings of failure trying to keep up with something I suck at.
Instead I'm going to microblog on instagram.
I'm on this personal growth journey and my posts will focus on "Simple", "Easy", "Doing Less", "Saying Hello to Joy" and Self Care.
It's a new season. Join me over on Instagram if those things Interest you as well.