Category Archives: Practices

Medication Log — Stable Version?

This morning I printed up the medication log that I’ve been using, and I feel that I currently have it at a level where I hope that it will end up staying stable.  When I printed it I noticed two very minor corrections, which I have since fixed. Medication Log 1.1.1 Medication Log – 2 […]

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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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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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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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Connection – Importance of

Some months ago, I was planning a meeting which I was going to talk about the importance of connection.  Many months ago actually, I think that may have been over a year ago, or at least close to a year ago. Today I met online with the organizer of the Capability Club which is in […]

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Genuinity and “Famous People”

I’m not quite sure how to handle this in terms of a topic.  There are parts of this which I would have had brought out by the likes of Amanda Palmer, particularly her Patreon stuff. What happened with that most recently was that I think yesterday (Tuesday of this week) she posted a couple versions […]

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Relaxing into Journalling

In the previous post I did about journalling I talked about how important having some structure around your journalling in the form of a format for journalling. In that post I laid out a format that I thought was really a good way to look at journalling.  I still do, but I also see that […]

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Thoughts on Journalling

I was talking with someone from a group I belong to on Journalling.  I have been doing this on and off for years.  I think that I first started doing it on a more than simply casual basis back in the late 1980s, or early 1990s.  Before I graduated from high school. In the past […]

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