Blogging and Coding With ADHD: The Other Way Around
Blogging, has given me a platform to do what I love and the chance to work from home, under my own ADHD ways; but there’s another benefit I didn’t mention: sociability.
We struggle a lot with our relationships, with relations overall, and some of us even choose to remain as far as we can from “people, TALKING;” with a blog, we can express ourselves and engage with people at our own pace (just bear in mind not to post anything during an impulsive meltdown or a smashing strike of your meds… Things can get pretty weird…)
Coding, has given me an exercise for my brain, it challenges me and it’s a lot of fun; and regarding to blogging: it helped me to save a lot, a lot of money and headaches.
So, now that I got you thinking that doing this might help you take over control of your professional life, I beg you please not to google how to do it, because the tutorials you’ll find could lead you to hate blogging, coding, and me for suggesting it.
I’ve found we need another approach, and that’s what I’m gonna share with you, step by step. This is my contribution to the ADHD community.
Besides, we own the clouds; you should totally claim your space up here.
 My first blog, was where I began sharing humor monologs in Spanish and some dramatic essays; is at bubblesandcheese.wordpress.com (now closed)
 I have another blog, about the first pop band ever, the New Kids On The Block, at nkotbtheblog.com.
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