People of Phuket

In November, I visited Thailand and strolled through the streets of Phuket, capturing daily life through my lens.

About me

Neurodiversity is the power of creative transition. Our world is largely structured to accommodate the neurotypical norm, even though about 20 to 25% of people identify as neurodivergent. As a creative designer with a neurodivergent mind myself, I often see this reflected in our daily lives. For instance, color contrasts on a website often lead […]

My very ADHD brain. The first time sharing my story.

This is probably one of the most difficult posts I’ve ever written because I’ve been covering up the fact I have ADHD for quite some while now.

Why? Because I was afraid that a current or future employer, partner or business contact would rather deal with someone who’s neurotypical than neurodiverse. Something I now know not to be true.

ADHD, dopamine levels & insane food cravings

It probably won’t come as a surprise to many of you who face the reality of living with AD(H)D every day that our brain lives with a chronic shortage of dopamine. I always knew I had a dopamine deficit but I never fully realised the impact it had on my entire wellbeing. Until last summer, when I started therapy for my binge eating disorder.

My very ADHD brain. The first time sharing my story.

This is probably one of the most difficult posts I’ve ever written because I’ve been covering up the fact I have ADHD for quite some while now.

Why? Because I was afraid that a current or future employer, partner or business contact would rather deal with someone who’s neurotypical than neurodiverse. Something I now know not to be true.

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