In gaining my skills to regroup for the next chapter in my life, I have made the decision to do a blog series on Adulting. The thirteenth installment is about properly doing the less desired.
What are you doing to combat fatigue? In order to combat fatigue, which I suffered from immensely when the pandemic began is a plethora of tasks, I began to regenerate my blog by keeping a publishing regimen. I also decided to stray from mainstream media and focus more on the pertinent news and stories of… Continue reading Union Station Weekly; Vol. 3, Issue 4; August 28, 2020
To the tune of “Pig” by Seether https://youtu.be/37T46Z6R1RE Have you ever said sorry to heal the wounds?Haven't you said sorry to make it better?Could it be that they don’t wanna hear it anymore?Could it be that they are fed up with the excuses?(Yeah) Have you ever wished for the haste to be over?Haven't you been… Continue reading Poem: Change it Today
In these trying times, we must do what we can to not sweat the small stuff and try to manage life to the best of our ability so we can be educated, independent and successful thinkers in the big thing called life.
In gaining my skills to regroup for the next chapter in my life, I have made the decision to do a blog series on Adulting. The twelfth installment is about properly advocating for what one needs.
What are you doing to be healthy in these trying times? For me, it has taken me a while through these trying times to know that I need to stay healthy. In order to protect my health and safety, I have not dined in at a restaurant since the pandemic, and have limited my footprint… Continue reading Union Station Weekly: Vol. 3, Issue 3; August 21, 2020
This week I want to write to you about something I’ve known for some time, but didn’t put all the pieces together until last night. It’s about being Autistic and being wired differently. Sometimes people think we don’t do something because we’re lazy or don’t care when in reality we don’t put two and two together.
Discussing the importance of healthy friendships while controlling Autistic Burnout
https://youtu.be/zAw918RxTJM What is Autistic Burnout? a guide from Autism Women's Network Signs: • Lack of motivation (hard to care about goals when everyday life is overwhelming)• Loss of executive functioning abilities (decision-making, organization, etc.)• Difficulty with self-care• Easier to reach overload or meltdown• Loss of speech, selective mutism• Lethargy, exhaustion• Illness, digestive issues• Memory loss•… Continue reading Autistic Burnout Educational Video
In dealing with the numerous stories of COVID-19, it’s hard to believe truth from fiction, We hear of cases that are asymptomatic to cases of death. Likewise, I , nor any autistic person for that manner would find pleasure in having a COVID-19 test administered, so we play it safe, but some may ask why?
In gaining my skills to regroup for the next chapter in my life, I have made the decision to do a blog series on Adulting. The eleventh installment is about instilling positive interactions with others
MARCH 15, 1967 - AUGUST 13, 2020 Daniel Glen Hunt, 53, known by loved ones as "Danny" has gone to be with the Lord on Thursday, August 13, 2020. He was born to Edward Ray Hunt and Ellen Ferrell Hunt on March 15, 1967. Danny helped educate the publics attitude toward peoples with autism and… Continue reading Hunt, Daniel (Danny)
Note: Since my Adulting Post on Faith this week was let out, the video embedded in that post has gone viral across the American newswires. Here we are going to talk a lot about faith communities, and I understand that some in the Autism community do not believe in such, so just a heads up.
This is definitely a world of unknowns no doubt about it Nobody knows the future , there is a great deal anxiety among all autists, no matter if you're in a child adolescent or adult it's a great deal anxiety for anybody let alone a person with autism. Yes, I can guarantee you call there will be a lot of unknown uncertainties and unexpected events this year, no doubt about it.
For this weeks Adulting post I was originally going to originally chose cluttering. However, I saw a post on Kerry's Autism Journey's Facebook page where a young boy with autism was ejected out of a Catholic Church during his sister's baptism.
Vacations and Relaxations during COVID-19 What a summer many of us have been dealt! Everyone around the world has been handed a great deal of stress with COVID -19. Many that have had funds set aside to go on vacation had them depleted due to the pandemic and being furloughed. Likewise, a travel order has… Continue reading Union Station Weekly: Vol. 3, Issue 1; August 7, 2020
Clarion community comes together to help a local man succeed By Dave McClaine Submitted to the CLARION NEWS CLARION Clarion Area graduate Nate Datko hasn't always had it easy. He has endured many tests and trials along life's journey. He overcame major obstacles to achieve academic and athletic success. He did not achieve this goal… Continue reading Success of Others: Clarion community comes together to help a local man succeed
Police believe Eliza was swept up in the flooded creek behind her family's home after she left home during the height of Tropical Storm Isaias. Source: Body Of Missing 5-Year-Old Eliza Talal Found In Fischer's Park In Towamencin Township