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“On Trusting My ADHD Sixth Sense”

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2022 has brought many life changes — a new house, new jobs, newly single, new gym (that I’ve yet to visit). I’m in and out of London like a yo-yo, meeting hundreds of new people and struggling to put names to faces and firms.I find that life comes in waves.

I had little going on in January and February besides job hunting and a few other projects. I had been staying with my parents while waiting to move into my new place.

So, I took the time to do nothing. I played PlayStation most nights, chilled out with the cat, hosted my podcast, and generally was a bit of a lazy slob.To me, this time represented the quiet before the storm.

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