How I Manage My Social Media Consumption and Usage

Before I go into more depth about how I curb my social media consumption and usage, I would like to acknowledge that this blog post is inspired by Brogan Tate’s blog post on how she controls what she consumes on social media. Her post is very interesting, thought-provoking, relatable and even understandable in parts. When … Continue reading How I Manage My Social Media Consumption and Usage

What I Really Thought of Working for My Agency on a Part-Time Paid Scheme

Regular readers of my blog will know that I volunteer for a neurodivergent recruitment agency called Exceptional Individuals. While I started volunteering for them in January 2019, I worked for them on a part-time paid scheme for three days a week called ACE (Ace, Capable and Employed) from Groundwork London from June - November 2019. … Continue reading What I Really Thought of Working for My Agency on a Part-Time Paid Scheme

Book Review of Autism, Anxiety and Me: A Diary in Even Numbers by Emma Louise Bridge (Warning: Contains potential spoilers)

Autism, Anxiety and Me: A Diary in Even Numbers is a diary-style book that was written by Emma Louise Bridge, a young woman on the autistic spectrum. As the title suggests each diary entry is listed as an even number in accordance with her preference and in each entry Emma documents how she finds living … Continue reading Book Review of Autism, Anxiety and Me: A Diary in Even Numbers by Emma Louise Bridge (Warning: Contains potential spoilers)