I’ve been feeling a bit worn down and burnout laity, but since learning that I was Autistic (almost 5 ago now), I now know the signs and have a better understanding of the work (or lack there of) that may be required for recovery.
Engaging in one’s passions can be a wonderful way for NeuroDivergent Humans to recharge their worn out batteries. Continue reading Night Time LED Hoop Stim Dance Flow
Confession 90% of my focus is on my FEET and not falling over / stomping like a T-Rex. Dave knows what I’m talking about. LOL! Continue reading Hooping in the Dark – an Improve Hoop-Dance
I am a creature of habit. I love my little rituals and routines. I am very aware of this and take advantage of my ability to form habits. Continue reading Habit-forming – The Art of Creating Good Habits
Fear of giving speeches. A baby step for me is reading something I wrote. Today is a first, I am including audio for this short piece. Don’t be afraid to shine. You were born to sparkle. Refuse to let them … Continue reading Don’t Be Afraid to Shine
I have a deep love for the peaceful quiet that only solitude can create. When the dogs are sleeping, and the only sounds I hear are birds chirping, my introspective mind comes alive.
The blank in between the interactions, where I can find my true self, uncluttered by the sounds and feelings of others. This is my chapel, my holy place, where I speak with my soul. Continue reading The Quiet Place – An Addiction to Solitude
This past week readers on Facebook and Instagram asked if I had stickers with my logo for sale. The ones I had on hand were printed for personal use and I had not found a solution to sell them – yet.
I spent the weekend in a hyper-focused state, eyes glued to the computer screen as I dragged and clicked the items into place. Finally, after WAY too many hours in the same position, the Neurodivergent Rebel store was born!
My experience with Cafe=Press – Check out the video for a few learning lessons.
Store – http://www.cafepress.com/neurodivergentrebel Continue reading My Experience with Cafe Press
People’s hobbies say a lot about them. In this video, I talk about my “obsessions”, hobbies, and passions over the years.
Over the years my interests have been all over the place. I learned everything about dog training in the fourth grade, and even trained cats to run through obstacles in our back yard. Our cat Rini knows sit and shake – if she gets a good enough treat. Continue reading My “Obsessions” – Hobbies & Passions Over The Years