Note: The following post relates to the project requirements for my Foundations in Creativity class. Originally posted to the creativity blog on December 3, 2015. I find myself in a holding pattern for the dress project. I don’t want to drag the sewing machine out because it doesn’t make sense to set everything up only … More We Finally Found Something to Draw
Most parents/caretakers of kids with ADHD do a fair amount of reading of research and studies as part of the territory. We’re always looking for new developments in behavioral therapy and updated information about the medications we take. We’re also highly sensitive to perceptions of what it means to have ADHD. Even though we are a … More No, Your Kids Aren’t Supposed to Sit Still and Study at Three Years Old
I always like dates that are even in a mathematical way. I don’t like those prime numbers that don’t play well with others. Or irrational numbers. And this is a sequence, like 20, 15, 20, 10 – see? 2015. Nice. And, 15 is divisible by five, so I will bring in the new year with … More Happy New Year! 2015
Guten Tag!! After last year’s Vermeer Project, I wanted to continue with simpler sewing projects this summer and thought it would be nice to make another dirndl for both the Pumpkin and I since we wear them constantly. Already, I’ve made these – the Brooklyn dirndl and the Beer Stein dirndl. While we were … More Dirndl Machen Summer 2014
I subscribe to Fast Company‘s many e-newsletters and they are always really informative. Today, the article “What Our Recent Obsession With Mindfulness Really Means” was featured and, since I am particularily interesting in increased mindfulness as a way to manage my adult ADHD, I clicked through. People have adopted mindfulness for a variety of reasons, … More Can Mindfulness Save Philadelphia?