Merry Christmas, Seasons Greetings, and a Happy New Year!

It’s been a while since I commited to my blog, but these last few months have been hectic. With many changes happening and a few other important matters for me to concentrate on, I didn’t want to fill my head with anything else just in case it overloaded me. An issue I had is that it’s been impossible to build a routine due to changes happening nearly every week. There was little point risking a mental meltdown when certain things could wait. And now here we are on the closing days of the year! And what a year it has been.

Which is why I am sending my best wishes to everyone during this holiday season, wherever and however you are. I hope next year brings you all the positivity you deserve and gives you the strength to overcome every obstacle 2021 decides to throw your way. I’m also hoping that there have been some sprinklings of positivities you can take from 2020.

To share a little bit of positive news, Dyspraxic Fantastic’s Twitter page has recently reached over 1,000 followers! I cannot believe it myself, but thank-you to everyone who made this milestone a reality. In actuality, I don’t have any set milestones in my head. Of course, it fills me with confidence which each new follower and checkpoint this blog reaches on its journey. Which is exactly what my blogging is about, the journey. The only goal is for dyspraxia to get the full understanding and recognition it deserves. If my blog helps achieve that goal, even just a little bit, then that’s all that really matters deep down. The followers and support I get really helps keep me motivated and also keeps this blog on track.

Anyway, I won’t take up any more of your valuable time and will keep this post short and sweet. See you next year where I’m aiming to get back into posting more of my thoughts. Have got some news to share, so keep a look out for that!

Stay safe and see you next year!

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