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)
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!
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
Dyspraxic Characters (A new page!) This is a follow-up from my last post; dyspraxicfantastic.com/post-111-dyspraxic-characters/ where I went into detail about the characters who are potentially dyspraxic (at least from my perspective). I had the thought that this topic holds great potential that I could tap into for my blog. The current problem is as my blog expands … Read morePost #111b ~ Dyspraxic Characters ~ Extra Thought
Dyspraxic Characters (or really, the lack of Dyspraxic Characters): Dyspraxic characters; where are they? There are certainly many theories of characters that could have Dyspraxia (something I’ve gone into more depth later in this post). Dyslexia, Autism and other disabilities only get a few mentions here and there so it isn’t surprising that Dyspraxia gets completely … Read morePost #111 ~ Dyspraxic Characters
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”)