Spa Day Vlog – Unwinding from the Holidays (Public Version)

Self Care is Essential to Everyone’s Mental and Physical Health Continue reading Spa Day Vlog – Unwinding from the Holidays (Public Version)

The BIG Announcement – Big BIG Bus – Sold the House Bought an RV – Our First Day Full-Time RV Living

I’m very excited to announce that David and I have started a new channel, a joint venture, check us out on our Blog, YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram. Don’t worry, I’m not going to stop posting content here. The Neurodivergent Rebel blog is here to stay.  Continue reading The BIG Announcement – Big BIG Bus – Sold the House Bought an RV – Our First Day Full-Time RV Living

No Video – Except THIS One Explaining Why There is No Video

My personal goal is to shoot one video every week. Even if it’s just a short video but I do like to prep and brainstorm and put a lot of effort into my content. Unfortunately this weeks video is it admission that I did not make time to put all the work into making a proper video. I’ll be back with the new video next week. Stay tuned! Continue reading No Video – Except THIS One Explaining Why There is No Video

Autistic Outrage – Why is the Autistic Community so upset?

Autistic Outrage – Why is the Autistic Community so upset?

This is a question I get fairly often in relation to all the various autism related tags on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.  – “Why is the autistic community so upset?”

Because almost all of the media representation of autism comes from people who aren’t even autistic. Autistics ARE speaking. Are YOU listening? Continue reading Autistic Outrage – Why is the Autistic Community so upset?

Zero to My Own Hero – The Evolution of Me

A friend once said to me that she remembered that I “wasn’t good at anything” when we were kids. This week I talk about what’s changed over the years. Continue reading Zero to My Own Hero – The Evolution of Me

I’m Always Moving – It’s Just Something That I Do

Actual video of me focusing on computer work tasks.

I got in trouble for moving around in school constantly. Now I am an adult and can do as I like.

If I am perfectly honest, I used to hide these things. Years of being reprimanded by teachers made me ashamed. I’m not ashamed anyone.
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