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Doing fewer things more better-er got me my best sponsorships and features i.e. Forbes and NBC News so why would I ever go back to scatter-brained-nonsense? For ADHD, the energetic alignment is more important than quantity of actions taken: it's about quality connections.

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If you don't give anyone anything to speak up about, you wouldn't have to try so hard to silence or discredit them.   Such campaigns are usually done by people who have to cover up their own mess. When you poss a threat in any manner, you are a problem to some people. For instance, I know my door camera is causing problems to certain people with something to hide probably. That's not my problem though, I have a right to feel safe. It's a perfectly legal video-only camera. It's common area (there is no unit in front of mine) where...

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We can absorb far more than 20-30G protein in one sitting. That's why my smoothie has 75G so I am not worried about it all day. Also, lifting weights is a sport for me, it's a meditative solo-ritual and my mind requires a lot of quiet, it's not for superficial reasons (there's nothing outside my immediate household that's more important than my survival, how I prioritize my life around my health is very much due to my severe disability and the right situations, connections, life-long friends, crafts, and brand deals have happily worked around it). Did the airhead who told...

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Living with ADHD means my brain is constantly in overdrive, making it hard to find peace and focus in everyday life. But I've found an incredible remedy (which complements sleep, nutrition, and medication): lifting weights.  Lifting Weights: More Than Just Physical Strength:For me, lifting weights isn't about achieving a certain look or comparing myself to others in the gym. It's about finding a sanctuary where I can channel my energy and find clarity: it is very superficial and small-minded to view exercise as purely physical and with limited mental energy, I need to limit exposure to those who don't comprehend...

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Genuine people form their own opinions about others through their own experiences in any context, rather than relying on the biased accounts of others. They understand that those who spread lies and slander often have ulterior motives, and this behaviour typically reveals more about the character of the slanderer than their target. By discerning the truth for themselves, genuine individuals demonstrate integrity and fairness, choosing to see the good in others rather than being swayed by malicious gossip. Usually, it comes from those who you have had to cut off, set boundaries with, or distance yourself from and those who...

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