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Writing space and ADHD:
I have had tons of things going on besides work. I am about to start school Tuesday, and I have been cleaning to get my new desk moved in too. I love it, and here is the new layout.


I also had to finally tell my supervisor and the people I work with the fact that I have ADHD. ADHD is attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. It means I am impulsive, and I have to have questions repeated because I do not pay attention when someone talks to me directly. I also make careless mistakes, and I was afraid to admit I had the disorder because I thought I would seem weak. I am not though, but I doubt you could tell I have it sometimes. I tried to take Ritalin and Adderall but they gave me headaches, made me lose my appetites, and I stayed up until 3 in the morning. The disorder is non curable, and I do not think I want it cured since it is part of who I am. Not too many people understand how hard it is to have it in the first place.

On top of all that I even have dyslexia in Math which makes me reverse numbers, and it is considered a learning disability. I have issues with that at work since I accidentally reverse numbers. I want to succeed in life to show people like me that you can be successful regardless of the mental disorder you have.

Do you know anyone else that experiences a disorder, or do you have one? Do you think people get treated differently because of it?

Until next time,

Wolfdreamer25
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My writing dream..

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 Once I hit the big time with my writing I am designing the writing space of my dreams. I am getting a new desk and chairs. A new desktop to keep all my writing stuff on. I am getting a mac book for a back up laptop. An ipad for on the go, and a kindle to keep all my ebooks on. I even want to paint my office silver.

That is going to be happening when I become very successful with my writing. If you had an ideal office space like if you made it big how would you design yours, and had the money to design it the way you wanted to?