I wear 3+ zox every day depending on what's going on and what I need my mantra/reminders for that day to be, but 1 is always the same : Progress not perfection. I was recently rediagnosed with ADHD after originally being diagnosed 20 years ago in highschool. Back then my mother refused to allow me to be treated for it because of the stigma that came with "medicating your children". Because I wasn't treated for the ADHD I never truly understood what it was or how it was effecting my life. For 2 decades, I struggled with extreme depression because I couldn't understand why I wasn't able to do the things that I knew I could do but just couldn't stick with. I was misdiagnosed as bipolar at one point because my excitement and hyper spells were misinterpreted as mania. I tried countless medications to no relief. I had decided that I was just broken and would never "live up to my potential". I was in a very dark defeated place when I stumbled across a meme listing several things I had no clue were connected with my ADHD. I reached out for help again and FINALLY began receiving counseling and medication for my ADHD. I had said many times over my life that "my mind was the loudest place I'd ever been" but now I can quiet some of the other thoughts to focus on 1 thing, sometimes. Things are far from perfect and some days I have to accept as a wash, but I can finally see out of this hole I've been in for so long! I don't strive for perfection because that's not a reality, but I do strive to do better than before and to just keep slowly progressing. My zox reminds me when I get frustrated with myself and my brain that I don't have to be perfect and of all the progress I have made in the last year. It also helps me to encourage my daughter who's brain is much like mine that we just wanna do better and things don't have to be perfect.