stories for the soul

neurodivergent

tips for the brain

Hola! I’m Laly.
People always say I look younger…
I developed this blog for adults with ADHD,
because even though the journey can be difficult,
it is also the source of many strengths
that I hope you’ll find within you,
as I did.

FIND PURPOSE

For an hyper neurodivergent brain, purpose is the first thing we need to find. What is our calling, what can makes truly happy. Creativity is one of our super powers! So, with a little bit of help, I am positive you’ll find your purpose and start a journey towards that horizon you’ve always wanted to reach.

SURVIVAL KIT

Do you know how your brain works? Do you know how to make it work for your purpose? Sometimes I feel my brain is like a toddler, and it can be very frustrating when I want to do “that thing” and all I get is a “Nope! Not Today”

Neuroscience, coaching strategies, funny anecdotes; in this survival kit we’ll pack everything we need.

MATCH PROGRAM

Besides being properly diagnosed by a psychiatrist specialized in ADHD, sometimes we also the need the help of more people: a therapist, an ADHD Coach and even an ADHD friend with whom you can share your journey.

You can always seek for an ADHD friend to be your mirror, to help each other staying on track and motivated. Did you know this is actually “a thing?”

JOIN MY TRIP

Whatever journey you may want to take… it can be difficult to do on our own, and it can be quite lonely.

And, what a better way to prove to you that you can plan and execute, than to show you how I do it? You will find the tools you need as you find your purpose and get your survival kit, but wouldn’t it be nice to see if it truly works, if that’s all we need?

It is for this reason that I’ve decided to share a journey I am taking: how to become a photographer, studying online, with ADHD.

FOR THE ROAD

As a wannabe screenwriter and cinephile, I find a lot of inspiration and motivation in movies, tv shows, TED talks.

I used to write about my reflections, and I’ll be doing it again occasionally.

If we’re going to have screen time, we need to make it worthy 😉