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Jane D., a 30-something professional writer and student with ADHD, blogs about dating and relationships, working and losing a variety of jobs, and surviving and thriving with attention deficit, along with depression and anxiety. She lives, works, and studies in a big city on the East Coast.« Recent Blog Posts
Archives: January 2008
posted: Thursday January 24th - 8:32am
A Life of Lists
I am prone to making lists in my mind, at my desk, on the subway. But, when forced to complete the thought, I feel like I’m eating a week of leftovers.
posted: Thursday January 17th - 8:55am
Cabin Fever in the Cubicle
I’ve become a bit panicky at work, having nightmares that I'll be saddled with double the workload. Like maybe I should job-jump again.
posted: Wednesday January 16th - 2:21pm
Out of the Closet
The thing about exposing yourself as having ADD is that, once you do it, there's no looking back.
posted: Tuesday January 15th - 10:08am
The ADDers' stories of lost jobs, botched opportunities, misunderstandings, and fears are a reflection of me.
posted: Monday January 14th - 7:19am
A Broken Record
I know I'm getting better, slowly, steadily — but all this effort and it's about as visible as the wind.
posted: Thursday January 10th - 9:53am
I told her, after a year and a half of being diagnosed with ADD, I was still spinning wheels, searching for the right meds and struggling with this thing called organization.
posted: Wednesday January 9th - 7:21am
In the ADD world, everything is living for the moment. Maybe I should cool off a little, and think about what I want for me.
posted: Monday January 7th - 12:53pm« ADHD & the City's blog
Every Day is New Year's
I had to agree that every day is January 1 for the ADD adult. The resolutions, the promise to be good.
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