Author Archives: JigmeDatse

Open Journalling — Health Log — Initial Thoughts

I have been working with trying to figure out how to do my health log for a while and I started to work with what I managed to do so far about 2 weeks ago.  The filled out (but with blurred stuff) form looks like: This is partially filled out, and probably will need a […]

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Natural Medicine – Is the community ableist?

Just watched this video, and while it is just over a year old, I want to talk about this topic. The video doesn’t so much as talk about the fact that the natural medicine itself is ableist, despite the fact that is the title of the video. What it is talking about is how people […]

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No Science Thinking This Month…

I had planned on writing a bunch of stuff on science, and looking at how people can look at science, and articles about science (including scientific journal articles) and better understand what I was going to really do with it. I am not feeling inspired to do that, but I have been working with my […]

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Open Journalling — Introduction — Getting Started

I just want to write a bit about what I think isn’t exactly new, but is based on a bunch of other stuff, and hopefully is pulling together some ideas in a new way. I am wanting to create a different version of what often are “different journalling systems” and are seen separate, but really […]

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Bullet Journal — Quick Update

Yesterday, I attended a meeting by Skype, and the previous meeting of that group which I attended, I had not been really wanting to be there, but I thought I might as well, so I didn’t make much effort. Yesterday’s meeting I decided that I wanted to put some effort into being able to focus […]

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30 Days of Thinking About Science — Introduction

I have decided to work on some thinking about science posts in June.  This post is the first of the series, and is currently scheduled for May 17th, and future ones will either be on, or after the day of the month they have to do with. On April 17th I decided to write a […]

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Disability Concepts

I think this might become another “30 days” project.  But right now I want to just look at a few different things that I try to keep in mind with dealing with people with disabilities.  Well, more so with anyone, because I can’t know that I am dealing with a person with disabilities, or a […]

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Accepting Less than Perfect — Day 18 — 30 Days of Autism Acceptance

Today is May 2nd. Autism Acceptance Month, is April. We are no longer in Autism Acceptance Month. I am writing Day 18 of my “30 Days of Autism Acceptance” today. I expect that this will be the last one of the series for this year. So, why is that?  Am I giving up?  Have I […]

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Executive Function Followup — Day 17 — 30 Days of Autism Acceptance

Today I noticed that someone on LinkedIn liked my post about Executive Function, so I am going to go and see what I can say more about this.  Currently I am just going to put quick notes, and this may end up being a multi-post thing, I don’t know yet, but here is the list […]

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Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) — Day 16 — 30 Days of Autism Acceptance

Still having difficulty finding pictures for several of our topics For “yesterday’s post” (which is showing up the same day as this one because I’m still behind, and still working on getting back on track, so no need to schedule) I wrote a bit about language (I think I need to revisit it) but related […]

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