To all that follow Dyspraxic Fantastic, I wish you a happy new year and hope your 2018 is a fantastic one! In a previous post I talked about 2017 in review, so no need to repeat on it. See you next year for more content!
What I consider to be one of my strongest attributes is an incredible strong mental will, something that as an adult hasn’t been easy to break. With events leading up to this point in time, I can say I am on the verge of breaking point, to the point where I feel like I only … Read morePost #099 ~ Breaking Point
Hello followers! I’ve stretched out my resource to instagram now! So if you like to follow you can by searching for dyspraxicfantastic. Look out for the logo. I feel pretty settled in all social avenues now but may we’ll try out others just to see how it goes. Thanks all!
This update is mainly for my followers of my Facebook profile ‘Dyspraxic Fantastic’. (Profile has been deactivated) As many of you already know my Facebook Profile was reported for having a fake name. I am unsure on the future of the profile and it’s probably going to be deactivated as I have no way of … Read morePost #086 ~ Facebook Profile Reported
Hi to the awesome People who are still following me. I have been inactive for several weeks now due to having a very busy summer, including a birthday, camping, work. Work has changed for me to include more tasks that tests my abilities both generally and with my Dyspraxia. This sudden influx of work has … Read morePost #083 ~ Being Inactive for a while
New Meme uploaded! Click title to see it.
Something happened to me yesterday, and that was a major anxiety attack. How it came to be is rather simple. For starters when I woke up I wasn’t feeling entirely right and a little bit negative (something that just happens sometimes), then on my way to work the bus was late, on my way to … Read morePost #072 ~ When Anxiety Attacks
A request from crazycatladydiaries: Hi! I created a 3 minute survey about dyspraxic symptoms and I’d love it if you and your followers could take it! Wouldn’t it be great to know which symptoms are the most or the least common? I’m also trying to see what are the possible consequences of dyspraxia on one’s … Read morePost #69 ~ A questionnaire request