Your days of intense study and unlimited reading are coming to an end. You are graduating soon or you may have already started your job search. You may believe that your AD/HD may never impact you again. But that is not what the data shows. Kentucky State University and an article by Kathleen Nadeau for … Continue reading College to Career with AD/HD? Avoid these five things…
Jeff Haden over at Inc.com gave a shout-out to J.K.Rowling for responding to a tweet from a discouraged writer. Her tweeted response? “Don’t write like me. Write like you. Nobody else can do that. Finish that book.” But, as Inc. reports, people may not know that her wildly successful, plus $1billion career was preceded by … Continue reading What determines your success?
Jonathan Cox and Mikle South, two clinical professors at Brigham Young University, published results of an investigation of university students with autism for Spectrum. The article was subsequently summarized in the Washington Post. Cox and South noted several factors for student who live with autism while attending college. Mental health, fitting in socially, and the … Continue reading Success in College for Students Living with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Photo Credit: rawpixel.com It can be challenging to find a work schedule that supports your work-health balance while living with a disability. You may find that a professional full-time job does not give you the schedule that allows you to maintain your energy reserves. Full-time jobs require at least 40 hours. While you can request … Continue reading Five reasons to start a business while living with a disability
Looking for that first professional position can be overwhelming and frustrating for those with positive attitudes and a great deal of resilience. Add the complications that come with living with a disability and the job hunt may feel like climbing a summit. One of the kindest things you can do for yourself is take the … Continue reading Eight ways to establish a basic income while living with a disability
Erin Migdol, the chronic illness editor at The Mighty, wrote great summary of eleven companies that hire employees part-time, freelance, telecommuting, for side hustles or other arrangements that may be helpful for those living with disabilities. Balancing the demands of working a full-time job and the self care needed Some companies I have previously worked … Continue reading Working while living with a chronic illness or a disability