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June Challenge

I have decided to challenge myself to write a blog every day of the month of June. This for me is a challenge because there are times when I will admit my disabilities can get the better of me. So, I will challenge myself to blog at least once a day 🙂 Wish me luck

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Honesty

So, I am waiting for my pills to kick in and I am honestly sitting here thinking about why I blog.

When I was diagnosed with my Autism it was like a Eureka moment for me. I had always wondered why I had struggled so much and realized that I needed a way to let out some of the stress I was going through on the day to day with all my disabilities. It really isn’t fun to live like this. Don’t get me wrong I know that I have achieved a lot whilst still having disabilities however it is definitely not fun.

So, I decided that I would blog about what life is like. The highs, the lows and everything in between. I know people do not want to hear about this but by blogging I am able to get the stresses of every day out and it really helps me. I am learning the way to deal with everything and live my life proudly as a disabled person.

I feel honored

When I came back from my much needed holiday to Italy I have come across two things that have made me feel honored.

Before I went away, I did a blog for work about Autism and faith. Essentially it was about how I work around the things that I want to do for my faith whilst also knowing some of my limitations within the autistic side of me.

What I have come back to from work is that some people have contacted me to talk about how they can better understand autism and how they can help people. This is a real honor for me. I am by no means an expert on Autism because I am still learning what Autism means for me, however, if I can help in a small way to make someone’s life a bit easier and to also help encourage more understanding of what Autism actually is then I am very glad.