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Make time to pray

After having my faith re-ignited by Magis and World Youth Day in Poland recently (what a blast it all was!), I have come to the realization that in order for my life to flow smoothly, I have to ALWAYS have God as my guide. 228 more words

Literally hilarious

Being on the spectrum can certainly be difficult but it can also be great fun. Sometimes our literal language is both entertaining and pleasurable. Many of us use word play or puns for fun and can laugh so much we cry when talking to others who ‘get’ our communication. 37 more words


A Different Approach to Reading Buddies

In the past I have always partnered up my students with another class and once a week we did “reading buddies”. Students would read with their buddy and it was wonderful. 404 more words

Learning Community

I used to hide my autism from employers, now I see it as a positive - End the Awkward

Felix took part in First Impressions, First Experiences, a pre-employment course for young disabled jobseekers. Since then he’s been working hard to reach his goals and he’s passionate about changing employers’ attitudes towards disability.  616 more words


Vitamin D

Vitamin D is a very important vitamin. It is a fat-soluble vitamin and has properties of both a vitamin and of a hormone. Without it, calcium and phosphorus would not be absorbed and used. 954 more words

Holistic Life

My tips for ending awkward dating moments

Guest post from Phil Lusted, a web and graphic designer from north Wales.

For End the Awkward, he talks about awkwardness when it comes to dating and sex and gives some tips for getting over it. 628 more words


socialization attempt - II

I have been blessed with yet another successful social yesterday :)

A friend of mine connected with me a colleague that just moved where I am and we thought we could get together over a brunch. 365 more words