- Talking shop about writing is almost as much fun as talking shop about ADHD.
- The ADHD-Unfriendly Illuminati are clearly the driving force behind our nation’s writing curricula.
- Googling “ADHD writing guide” turns up some stuff for kids, but nothing for/by ADHD adults who might be in college, or freelancing, or blogging, or just having a bunch of cool ideas and wanting to get them out there.
- Yet I know so many ADHD adults who are great writers, and who I know are harboring great shop talk.
- This is a fixable problem! I’m lowkey wanting to fix it.
Question: Does anyone else have fun writing strategies and/or weird writing snags that the Curricula Illuminati are not going to help them solve?
(Ex. for me: I have an elaaaborate system built out of visual organization, task-batching, and tiny goals that I developed after I went through my writing-intensive undergrad program and realized… this program was not designed with me in mind! I’m always in the market for new tips. Right now, my biggest problem is: I’m really bad at estimating time, so I’m really bad at setting myself deadlines-- and yet, if I’m working without deadlines, I’m working indefinitely!)