I so belong here! I am noise sensitive and my oldest son 7.5 has ASD and liked to engage in high pitched squeal fests so yeah daily challenge there. I'm a crazy list person. I like to write things down as it allows me to free up space in my mind. (If that makes sense) I also find it difficult to concentrate and completely finish tasks (especially housework). I wash a few dishes here and fold a few clothes then off to vacuum etc. I'm just so random.
At times I struggle with depression. I have times where I am really low and very unmotivated. Yet, I have times of extreme productivity. This randomness makes it very hard to work in a traditional job setting, and I'm currently working on creating my own business where I'll be able to work from home. I have noticed exercise does help with my energy level and my mood. (I'm also O blood type and I've read it's essential for Os to exercise as their blood is thicker or something and if they don't it can lead to fatigue and depression etc.) This is totally true for me.
Lately I've been taking vitamin D3 and fish oil and vitamin C and trying to eat lots of fresh veggies. All of this has been helping with energy and some focus.
My husband struggles with my lack of organization and I'm working to implement systems to help with that aspect of myself. (Of course I have to research the best ways to organize all aspects of everything - I just need to implement them already)
To cope with emotional regulation and focus I twirl my hair (not exactly functional at all but it's just a crazy habit I'm not even aware I'm doing at times and I've done this since 6 years of age) Taking just a couple minutes to sit down stop moving and completely clear my mind and relax a few times a day (meditation I guess)
My strengths include my researching abilities, my ability to hyper focus at times (very productive days-months), creative - writing, graphic design,etc., my ability to think (this is also a weakness at times as I can go overboard with analyzing), my ability to evaluate myself (which leads to personal growth)