Post #121 ~ Organised Clutter

My organisational skills can be questionable at times. Sometimes I can be on fire where my brain is clicked in the right gear and then there are times where I’m in the middle of a cluttered mess. Currently, I’m toing and froing between the two of being organised and…I suppose chaos is the right word. … Read morePost #121 ~ Organised Clutter

Post #120 ~ Dyspraxic Characters (reprise)

What characters have dyspraxia?

Originally I was going to tag this on the end of my ‘Is Sayori Dyspraxic’ post, but there wasn’t enough room for it. A fresh post to have a heart-to-heart about my Dyspraxic Characters project is probably better anyway. As I build my Potential Dyspraxic Character list it’s going to attract more attention and so … Read morePost #120 ~ Dyspraxic Characters (reprise)

Post #119 ~ 2018 Wrapped Up

2018 End Post

2018 2018 has been a mixed bag with both negative and positive points. I guess the best way I can describe it is that this year has been a very real and grounded year. Recently… Over the last month things have become quite hectic, what it being the holiday season and all can’t exactly come … Read morePost #119 ~ 2018 Wrapped Up

Post #118 ~ Positivity Rollercoaster

Dyspraxia positivity chart

Recently my positivity has been all over the place. Within a week, I had gone from extreme negativity to extreme positivity and back down to negativity again. This happened several times over for no clear reason. It doesn’t help that there have been a fair few big social events going on recently that has caused me intense … Read morePost #118 ~ Positivity Rollercoaster

Post #117 ~ Anti-Bullying Week

Anti-Bullying

This week is ‘Anti-Bullying Week’ and is there anything new I can actually contribute to it? Honestly, I doubt it. I wrote a page on all my thoughts of bullying – which I’ll link at the end of this post – but anything else I have to say I have already covered or someone else will have … Read morePost #117 ~ Anti-Bullying Week

Post #116 ~ Does Sayori from Doki Doki Literature Club! have Dyspraxia?

Sayori Dyspraxia

“But sometimes when you have a little raincloud in your head a sad poem can help give the raincloud a little hug and make a nice happy rainbow!” ~ Sayori I have added a new character into my potential character list. Because you know what? I think Sayori from Doki Doki Literature Club! could have … Read morePost #116 ~ Does Sayori from Doki Doki Literature Club! have Dyspraxia?

Post #115 ~ Top 10 Things You Should Know…

10 things you should know about us with dyspraxia

…About Us with Dyspraxia For this post I’ve teamed up with Dyspraxia & Life Magazine, so a big thanks to them for allowing me to write a piece for them. I decided to do a top 10 list of fun little facts about dyspraxia. It’s been a great opportunity to do a solid dyspraxia focused … Read morePost #115 ~ Top 10 Things You Should Know…

smashET (an anxiety defusing game)

Winsche Studios’ smashET Anxiety is one of the biggest and most common mental health concern that we have to face. An issue that is slowly growing and it’ll won’t be long before it is the top issue for mental health. Any product, solution or tactic that helps with anxiety is greatly appreciated. There are games that … Read moresmashET (an anxiety defusing game)

500 Twitter Followers!

I’m still on my break from any major blogging but I am noting ideas down so stay tuned for content when I officially return. However, this week I have reached 500 twitter followers! (well 501 as of now) which I am pleased as punch about and just wanted to give a shout out. When setting out … Read more500 Twitter Followers!

Post #112 ~ A Steam Locomotive

I love analogies! I use analogies, similes, and metaphors a lot, mostly in my written projects but occasionally when I talk as well.  Explaining situations or a certain topic is something I can find difficult at times and so if I can make a comparison it gets my thoughts across much clearer and easier. These … Read morePost #112 ~ A Steam Locomotive

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