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Bullet Journal — Medication Log — Day 5 — 30 Days of Autism Acceptance — 2018 Autism Acceptance Month

I have been working on this for a little while, and at first I was trying it before I was really ready to start this.  I think there are a few things that I want to say about this, but it’s not so much about the design of this (though I’m sure that there will […]

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Tea as Self Care — Day 4 — 30 Days of Autism Acceptance — 2018 Autism Acceptance Month

This is being written almost 15 hours later than I wanted it to be released.  I apologise for being late with this.  I now realize that why I had not been able to work yesterday was a combination of “recovery from overload” and approaching the “peak” of being sick (which may have started as early […]

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Welcoming Stimming — Day 3 — 30 Days of Autism Acceptance

This is a really new thing for me.  Well, not totally new, because I have been on a low level working on this.  Once I started to really accept that I am autistic, and start to look more at how I do stim, and what works and what does not work I have been working […]

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I Am Ableism — Day 2 — 30 Days of Autism Acceptance

I am ableism Welcome to day 2.  I was hoping to have this prepared before now.  The script is from Baeden I think from CAU Winnipeg: I Am Ableism Script And to ableism I say: We are the autistic community. We will spend every waking hour trying to weaken you. We reject your pity. We […]

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Assessment and Diagnosis — Day 1 — 30 Days of Autism Acceptance — 2018 Autism Acceptance Month

Welcome to 30 Days of Autism Acceptance.  This series is the first major series that we are publishing.  I am writing the content throughout the month of Autism Acceptance Month, in April 2018 and perhaps beyond. Well, actually, I’m starting to write this in March, as I am already having “issues” which I need to find […]

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30 Days of Autism Acceptance — Introduction — 2018 Autism Acceptance Month

Gosh, that’s a long title.  We’ll go for this.  Over the month of April I am working on a series of posts “30 Days of Autism Acceptance”.  I may end up continuing into May if I don’t get it done before then. So, the point of this series is to write a good amount of […]

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Bullet Journals

First off, I haven’t even really started to think more than a little bit on this, but I want to get a few of those ideas down. The “official site” (apparently this is something which warrants an official site, and I guess it makes sense, though it kind of flies in the face of “open” […]

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Second Medium Post

A little while ago (I think about a week ago, maybe 2) I decided to “upgrade” my Medium subscription for the purpose that I would not run into the problem of not being able to read everything I wanted, and in the process I decided to update my “interests” or whatever they call them. One […]

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Personal Update

I know that this isn’t going to be a heck of a lot of anything, I have been working a bit on the Jigme Datse Site and I think some of that is coming along nicely (some of that will need to be moved over here and that may happen later today).  I keep my “to […]

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Spoons Theory/Splines Theory — Today’s observations

As some of you know there is a theory about living with disabilities called Spoon Theory, and maybe even Splines Theory.  Today in the shower I was going through my shower stuff, and was also thinking about working and what I would do today. I had been washing my hair, and I was thinking along, […]

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