It's rare that I post recipes on my website. It's also rare that I make food that I like so much that I feel I MUST share it with the world. This salmon dish is packed with brain-boosting nutrition.
One of the reasons I'm posting this is because I'm directing potential employers to this site as an example of my writing. It could be a risky move. ADHD isn't a red flag, though. It has benefits!
Finishing up what has turned out to be a three-part series, this is about what I've been eating and how it's affected me.
Expanding on my previous post, mostly from the perspective of the food we eat. This is a long post because there are a lot of related concepts. It discusses allergies, illness, candida and the food we eat.
In which I talk about the “second brain”, neurotransmitters, mood and food, and share some cool facts about the gut microbiome. Also, I make a reference to a movie from 1989.
An addendum to my previous post about the words “neurotypical” and “atypical”. Words are important.
Humans use labels to make sense of the world. Here are my thoughts about referring to people as “neurotypical” and “atypical”.
The Tapping World Summit: Uproot your limiting beliefs, end self-sabotage, and create positive change in your life.
Are you a reader like I am? How do you acquire books without blowing your budget? Here are a few of my favourite ways to read on a budget.