ADHD and Quarantine don’t mix well

I was diagnosed with ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) when I was about 15 years old. And ADHD thrives on routine and schedules. However, quarantine has removed the external structure of normal college life. ADHD thrives on structure and routine, even when that structure is external. But you’ve probably never heard that phrase “external structure.”Continue reading “ADHD and Quarantine don’t mix well”

Things I’ve been loving

April 2020 Books Lately I’ve had more time to actually read books that aren’t for college classes. I’ve loved reading for so long and university sometimes makes it hard to feel motivated to read for fun when there’s so many required texts. But, with this quarantine, I’ve started getting out of my reading slump. TheContinue reading “Things I’ve been loving”

The Mouse Incident

Have you ever had a mouse in your home that was uninvited? It’s likely that you haven’t. Especially if you know when and how the mouse actually got into the house. Well, a mouse invaded my house recently and I feel like this mouse “invasion” story is relatively interesting cause it’s not the typical mouseContinue reading “The Mouse Incident”

Nine things to do while you are social distancing

Social distancing is something that so many people are doing now to keep themselves and others safe while the coronavirus continues to infect around the world. Amidst this COVID-19 pandemic, I have made a decision to socially distance myself as much as possible to help minimize the spread of the virus. Staying home for aContinue reading “Nine things to do while you are social distancing”

Let’s Talk + Life Update

Hey readers! So I’m sure all, if not most, of you are aware of the COVID-19 outbreak that is now being classified as a pandemic. Now, I will go ahead and say that I am not a healthcare professional and I cannot give you the best answers on the current state of the outbreak. ThisContinue reading “Let’s Talk + Life Update”

My Prospective Reading List for 2020

I’m what you would consider an avid reader. At least I usually am. Being in university has made reading for fun a bit hard. But I still have a list of books that I’d love to read this year. And hopefully, I can read all of them and maybe more than what is on theContinue reading “My Prospective Reading List for 2020”

Transferring Colleges is Hard

You may already be aware that I am currently a university student. But what you may not know about me is that I am actually a transfer student. After I graduated high school, I decided to go to a community college to gain some of my core credits for cheaper before going to university. CommunityContinue reading “Transferring Colleges is Hard”