View Single Post
Old 08-07-2019, 07:19 PM   #32
SewingGreenMama
Rose Trellis
 
Deuteronomy 11:19
 
Join Date: May 2012
Location: Tennessee
Posts: 2,597
SewingGreenMama has a reputation beyond reputeSewingGreenMama has a reputation beyond reputeSewingGreenMama has a reputation beyond reputeSewingGreenMama has a reputation beyond reputeSewingGreenMama has a reputation beyond reputeSewingGreenMama has a reputation beyond reputeSewingGreenMama has a reputation beyond reputeSewingGreenMama has a reputation beyond reputeSewingGreenMama has a reputation beyond reputeSewingGreenMama has a reputation beyond reputeSewingGreenMama has a reputation beyond repute
Default Re: The ADHD stay at home mom

Quote:
Originally Posted by knitlove View Post
Have y'all read or listens to the blog/ podcast A Slob Comes Clean? It is the first cleaning anything that really makes sence to me. She totally has add but it isn't diagnosed and she isn't interested in looking in to it, but it so so explains lots. She talkes about having a ' project brain' as the way she thinks about hyperfoucing. She has a unique way of picking up and organizing that doesn't turn things in to a huge mess when you get distracted. She has two books that i haven't read. I have just listened to her podcasts starting at the beginning

Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
Thank you, thank you, thank you knitlove for sharing this podcast! I've been listening to her and she makes so much sense. I'm hoping to be able to implement her methods.
__________________
"Reflections like these lead one to spare the rod ... purely because it is not easy to find a punishment that does not defeat it's own ends." -Charlotte Mason Parents and Children pg. 171

"If punishment were necessarily reformative, and able to cure us all of those 'sins we have a mind to,' why, the world would be a very good world;" -Charlotte Mason, Parents and Children pg. 172

W&C 8/4/06; G 11yo , M 8yo , S 8/29/13 , V 4yo , Baby 3/20
SewingGreenMama is offline   Reply With Quote
The Following User Says Thank You to SewingGreenMama For This Useful Post:
knitlove (08-07-2019)