Originally posted on Feminist Aspie:
I’m trying to get back into blogging regularly, so the current plan is to blog about feminism one week then autism the next, or maybe increase that to one post from each category per week, I don’t know. Either way, that means I’m due to write an autism post, and…
Originally posted on Everyday Asperger's:
Sam’s new book is available on Amazon. Sam’s new blog is Everyday Aspie. Sam’s company is Spectrum Suite. (2016) Written by Aspergers Girls at Everyday Aspergers blog. March 2012 Aspergers Girls holds a Masters Degree in Education. One of her sons has Aspergers Syndrome. And she has Aspergers Syndrome. 10…
Originally posted on whoever you want to be…:
There are so many different things that I could say about the tragedy yesterday in Boston. I could comment about how odd it is that we (the social media and mainstream media we) react viscerally to a single bombing on American soil, but seem relatively blase about…
Me writing for Bea Magazine on what £3750 is worth to the people of twitter versus MPs £3750..
I went to sleep last night determined that today would be the day I got organised. Planned a realistic with schedule. Educated the older children. Spent quality time interacting with the younger children. Tidied the lounge. Caught up with the washing. I woke up to find the cat threw up in the kitchen and my … Continue reading
Loving this about the beginning of a home education journey for one family.
as wordpress now insists you are logged in to comment if it recognises your email address, I thought I’d blow the dust off this blog and use it as a place to keep track of interesting links. These will obviously include my own blog posts as being utterly fascinating 😉 So, you could catch up … Continue reading
Originally posted on Guerrillamum's Blog:
The first thing I heard yesterday morning was an announcement on the news at 6 o’clock that claimed that hundreds of thousands of children were being misdiagnosed with special educational needs when they were simply under-achieving due to poor teaching and pastoral care at school. Apparently, all that was needed…
This is a wordpress.com blog that isn’t my real blog. I signed up for it *ages* ago to test some stuff out relating to my home ed blogring (that yellow box over there). And now wordpress keeps signing me in to it, so comment links come over here, instead of linking to my real blog, … Continue reading
testing amazon links. Amigurumi World: Seriously Cute Crochet