A Letter to my Younger Self with ASD

Everyone has things that they wish they had done differently, or could go back and change it if it were possible. What would you tell your younger self? What is there that no one told you about adulthood that you wish you knew? There is plenty about adulthood that I wish I knew more about.Continue reading “A Letter to my Younger Self with ASD”

Captains log 2-19 (Life Update)

It’s Monday. The bitter cold has no end in sight. Single to negative digits are in the foreseeable forecast and there is no warmth in sight. Snow continues to pile outside. Cabin fever is setting in. Daylight seems to be lasting longer, giving me hope for springs arrival soon. We made it through tax seasonContinue reading “Captains log 2-19 (Life Update)”

Winter Arthritis… I Can’t Even…

Winter is inevitable and for people like me who suffer from arthritis this can mean a season of constant aches and pains. For me the weather-related arthritis pain can be debilitating. Even with regular medication I can go from walking around my house to being stuck in one place barely able to do anything. InspiredContinue reading “Winter Arthritis… I Can’t Even…”

Finding the Right Job as an Aspie

By: Cole Let me start with this: being an Aspie in the world we live in is hard enough, but being an Aspie and knowing that the way this world works is to have a job to support yourself and/or a family, that makes it incredibly more difficult. There were challenges to accomplishing this rightContinue reading “Finding the Right Job as an Aspie”