Time Blindness-Part 4-Talking Timer

Learn about the timer that will count down the amount of time you have left #timeblindness #neurodiversity #dyslexia #adhd #add #neurodivergent #late   TRANSCRIPTION: The time blindness tip, but it’s also just an overall tip this works really well for a lot of my neurodiverse clients. Sometimes it’s– oh just sometimes it’s really helpful to

The Power of a Positive Review

“What is the shortest word in the English language that contains the letters: abcdef? Answer: Feedback. Don’t forget that feedback is one of the essential elements of good communication.”  ~Anonymous

The Brief History of Literacy in America with Infographic

Understanding the history of literacy in America helps to understand why scientists and neurologists started to study “reading blindness” and understanding it more.  As you can see from the infographic they start to explore dyslexia not long after they start collecting reading habits. The Brief History of Literacy in America The ability to read a

CHANGE – doesn’t always make life better, sometimes it just is

I am open to change and believe that change yields growth and improvement.   As a woman, I want to request the fashion industry, particularly the companies that make women’s pants.   I want my front and back pockets returned to a decent pocket size or remove the dam things altogether.    Pick one and

How To Build Grit and Determination

I am reading a book this month called “Grit, The Power Of Passion And Perseverance”, by Angela Duckworth.  I am so connecting to her study results and the outcomes she is proving about people.   A couple of times a year, the book that I read is so good and applies to so many of

We don’t all see the world the same, what’s good about that?

I remember being five or six and knowing I was not the same as everyone else in my class.  I wanted to be like them, I was trying really hard, and yet I was a zebra with spots and there was no way around it.  I don’t know the world any different than being a