Autism, Lifestyle

Happy 1st Blogiversary! πŸŽ‚πŸŽŠ

It's crazy to think that a year ago, I was on holiday in Northumberland sitting in a very small bedroom that I spontaneously decided I would start a blog! It feels like it was only yesterday I wrote my first little post and the thought of writing about my Autism, my interests and documenting my… Continue reading Happy 1st Blogiversary! πŸŽ‚πŸŽŠ

Anxiety, Autism

I Tried!

Β Hello everyone! Today I thought I would share with you what happened to me a couple of days ago, which involves me just being Autistic! I was in my local city as I had done a talk back at my school about Anxiety and how my Autism effects it. One of the many things that… Continue reading I Tried!

Autism

Don’t kick up a fuss

You tell me I'm being good, for not making a fuss, But things start to boil in the pit of my gut.   The environment is noisy, Theres too much to take in, You promise everything will be all right, As long as I don't kick up a fuss.   Your hand holds mine tightly,… Continue reading Don’t kick up a fuss

Autism

Why I love my Autism!❀

Hello everyone, Autism Awarness week is just around the corner (not literally around a corner!) So, I thought I would share with you some of the things I love about being Autistic! I love my Autism because... I can memorise certain topics and will obsessively learn everything about that topic! Especially a topic I find… Continue reading Why I love my Autism!❀

Autism

Taking it Literally!

The English language can be very confusing for an Autistic person! We can take figures of speech very literally. For example, the saying "Toast the bride" means drinking to the brides good health, but to an Autistic person, they might think that the bride is actually going into aΒ toaster! Even now I'm older, I still… Continue reading Taking it Literally!

Autism

Change

I don't like change. It's not that hard to see. I don't think I have ever met an Autistic person who is enthusiastic about change. Sudden change. Change that we are not expecting. Change that will interrupt our daily routines. Change that looks small to others, when actually it's big to us. For example, I… Continue reading Change

Autism

Just keep Stimming!

A heavy feeling sits in my chest. People run around, asking me to do things, clean that, get this. The horrible work lights hurt my eyes so I look down at the ground. The environment gets busier and busier and the feeling in my chest starts to expand. All my senses are getting mixed up… Continue reading Just keep Stimming!