About the Blogger

I am trying to increase my happiness levels as my 2012 life goal.  I want to appreciate what I have more.  My husband and daughter, our dog, cat and bunny could definately use a happier me in their lives.  If I learn how to be happier, then I could even share this with the families that I work with.

Here is what I feel I need to be happy –

  1. A more positive attitude first and foremost.
  2. A better understanding of who I am and what I want to accomplish in my life.
  3. More control over the things that stress me out – spending habits and clutter, maybe even my health.
  4. To stabilize my ADHD, OCD and anxiety to function in a socially acceptable manner and to help my daughter with similar struggles.

Here is how I am going to accomplish this –

  1. Utilize the power of 15
  2. Remember that less is more!
  3. Make taking care of myself, my family and my home a top priority.
  4. Learn to smile and laugh more.
  5. I am going to work on new skills to help me reach these goals.
  6. I’m going to keep a running blog on these activities to hold myself accountable and to track my progress.

2 responses

  1. Hey. I just found this blog, and I thought I’d leave a comment, since I also know a bit about the anxiety to function in a socially acceptable manner 🙂 I have ADHD (or ADD, depending on your definition. I’m not hyperactive, anyway.), and I have my own problems to deal with, but they’re nothing compared to what you’re dealing with, I’m guessing. I can’t imagine having both ADHD and OCD at the same time. Having the need to put everything into order and yet not being able to ever accomplish it must be torture. I don’t mean to bring you down and I hope your life is easier than what I just described, but I just want you to know that I respect all the work you must have done throughout your life to accomplish your goals, handle your road blocks and raise a child with the same problems.

    It’s not much, but if you want you can come visit my blog. I usually write about my own hardships, plans, and – at the moment – dealing with depression while jobhunting 🙂

    Happy holidays to you and your daughter!


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