Rose Butcher
ADHDer, HSP, and a curious human trying to transcribe my 30’s through a skewed lens and (hopefully) provide value in the process.

This isn’t goodbye forever, just goodbye for now

After a weekend of knocking down my built-up stress, I’ve decided — for the sake of not letting it become such a looming tower — I’m closing Meld of Minds to outside writers — at least for the foreseeable future.

Thank you so much to everyone who commented on my…

Why a bullet journal for ADHD can be an effective tool for an overwhelmed mind — I wish I’d started years ago

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I used to think I was doomed to a scatty, majorly disorganised life because of my learning disability.

It was a lot worse before I knew I had ADHD. Back then I just thought I was stupid and there was “something wrong with me” because I started to get overwhelmed…

Simple journaling techniques have the power to help us navigate uncertainty — even during the most catastrophic events

An angled aerial view photo of Hurricane Maria. The hurricane is seen as a large and tightly knit swirl of clouds. The surrounding deep blue sky and land beneath is blurred.

If there is one thing the pandemic has taught the human race, it’s that we’re not always the ones in control. Catastrophe can strike when we least expect it and completely dismantle everything we once knew into an assortment of pieces on the ground.

Even if we haven’t experienced catastrophe…

For those already thinking of giving up, science — and Benjamin Franklin— say why it’s 100% acceptable

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I don’t know you but I have a strong feeling you’re probably just like me.

You’re a week into the new year, determined to keep up with the resolution — or 20 — you’ve vowed to undertake for the whole year. Confident. Galvanised. …

“Tis the season to… make it work!” Let these 5 mindsets shift you in the right direction.

There are times in life bad news will wrench you back into your seat as your car suddenly changes direction. While you sit there and take it all in, maybe cry for a little bit, you’re then faced with a choice.

You could either choose to…

  1. Let the news consume…

Rose Butcher

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