A few posts back I talked about Tillie, the inspirational engine from my childhood. This has spurred me on to do a post about another character from my childhood – Warrior from the TV show Tugs. While he didn’t impact my determination nearly as much as that famous blue engine he was a character that I could … Read morePost #110 ~ Warrior The Clumsy Tugboat
Intro A bit on the early side, but Autism Awareness Month is close and I thought to myself I really should do a post about it. I was diagnosed with Asperger’s/Higher Functioning Autism after I started up my Dyspraxia blog and the Dyspraxia label was a part of my childhood. For that reason, I associate … Read morePost #109 ~ Autism Awareness Month
Improved ‘Positives of Dyspraxia’ Chart Dyspraxia does have its positive points. After all, it is one of the reasons why I started this blog in the first place. The positive points are overshadowed by the stigma that comes with the territory of a label. It is these positives and negatives that make us unique people … Read morePost #108 ~ The Positive Attributes
5 Years of Dyspraxia Blogging This month marks the fifth anniversary of DyspraxicFantastic going live; it has been quite the adventure so far. I can’t believe it’s been over half a decade since I started it all off! Hasn’t been a smooth trip in any sense of the word, but each obstacle has made me … Read morePost #107 ~ 5 Years Live!
Inspiration is the main focus here, but this post is going to be very different and unusual from what I usually do. The people who give us inspiration There are people who give us inspiration and help us with difficult times. Sometimes it is people in our own lives – I’ve talked before about the … Read morePost #106 ~ 🚂 Inspiration (“I think I can”)
“The Beast from the East” For once a topical post from me! I hail from the south-western part of the UK and as such we don’t get much snow. As expected, the northern parts of England and beyond get a fair amount of snow. When the southern part gets hit it’s mainly on the moors. … Read morePost #105 ~ Dyspraxia vs. The Forces of Nature (Snow)
Pokémon has been a franchise that’s been going for over 20 years, and with the launch of Pokémon Go it brought it back into the limelight, both for positive and negative reasons. I did a chapter on Pokémon Go for my ‘Dyspraxia and Gaming‘ page, but I have decided to move its content to a post … Read morePost #104 ~ Pokemon Go
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!
The drawbacks have finally lead to something… Change happens on a regular basis and it is something we have to face and accept. Sometimes it’s in our control, but for the most part, it isn’t and sometimes we’re given a choice in the matter, but it could be none of the options are good and it’s … Read morePost #102 ~ ‘The Shot Arrow’
Not every day I get a request to help promote a Kickstarter project, but I was approached by Dyslexia Film-Mark @DyslexiaFILM a few days ago to do just that. The 6-minute video below goes into detail about their project. To sum up, this team want to provide several resources to help those with Dyslexia, such as books, … Read more‘Dyslexia & the Creative Mindset’