Ok, I admit it, I haven’t written in a month. Excuses, I have so many, but like many things that people with ADHD want to do on a regular basis, it has to be scheduled to become a habit. When it comes to writing I prefer to be a bit more ‘free spirited’. I put too many restrictions on myself about how this blog had to be perfectly done before I could just let my thoughts flow. Or, how I had to have my website and the words ADD and ADHD in every sentence in order to promote my blog on Google. It is these perfectionist expectations that hold us back. Today, while reviewing my weekly goals, and amidst the reality of all that I want to accomplish, I said to myself, "Just Do It". So here it is. And when my Tele-Class titled "Mindfulness VS ADHD" that I am presenting on ADDclasses.com is over and done with Wednesday, April 23rd, 3:00 – 4:00 EST, I will again feel relaxed and satisfied and finished and ready to move on to the next project.
OH, wait, this entry IS moving on even in the midst of all my preparations and emotions about Wednesday’s presentation.
YEAH ME! whew, that feels a lot better. A reminder to myself and others that we do not have to do everything perfectly and that staying in my moment will help me to accomplish a whole lot more then I could have ever imagined while being elsewhere in my head.
Thanks for ‘listening’ and remember, Mindfulness Matters.