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TOPIC: My 8 Totally Doable ADHD New Year’s Resolutions

My 8 Totally Doable ADHD New Year’s Resolutions 02 Jan 2015 17:48 #351

My 8 Totally Doable ADHD New Year’s Resolutions
Posted January 2, 2015 by Kelly Babcock

So, I realize that the title of my last post was a little misleading. What was I thinking? “In 2015, I Resolve To …”

Did I tell you what my resolutions were in that post? No. Which makes me wonder … why are you reading this one? I lied. You should have higher standards.

No, wait, don’t go away. It was a mistake … the title meant that I resolve not to make resolutions that are bound to fail.
And? …

And yes, I totally should have told you what my resolutions were.

So now I’m going to rectify that and redeem myself. Here they are, my Eight Totally Doable ADHD Resolutions. Okay, they may not have so much to do with ADHD as they were affected by ADHD, but they’re really my resolutions, and I have ADHD so, read on:

1. This year I resolve to go fishing at least once. And not that power fishing stuff with the big boat on the inland sea with the expensive gear. I resolve to take myself to a small lake or river and just sit quietly, and fish.

2. This year I resolve to not start another book until I’m finished reading the seven I’ve started already. Or burned them. Well, no, not burn as in light on fire. That’s a crime against literacy. But burn, as in put them in a box marked “Interesting” and “Don’t show the children these,” and then donate them to a thrift store. I already finished reading “Let’s Pretend This Never Happened” by Jenny Lawson, The Blogess … can you tell?

3. This year I resolve to go skating again. Because for Gawd Sake, I’m Canadian, I should be skating to work this time of year. Oh, right, I work at home. But still, I’m going skating. Can you skate on hardwood floors? I feel like I should know the answer to that. I remember skating on linoleum tiles as a child … in the kitchen, don’t tell my father, ‘kay?


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