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Dyspraxia and other forms of neurodiversity tend to be defined by what you can't do. You are characterised by how you don't fit in with so-called ‘normal' people, and this is often seen as a bad thing. I know its cheesy, and perhaps a little insensitive of me, to say [...]
Fri, Jan 04, 2019
Source: Dyspraxia Survival Guide
The holidays are over, the sweets have been eaten and now it's time to go back to reality and pack a suitcase for my return to uni. Alternatively, I could procrastinate and write a blog post on how to approach packing when you lack a knack for natural organisation. For [...]
Thu, Jan 03, 2019
Source: Clumsy Yet Classy
This is my little blog to unravel the clumsy web of dyspraxia, raising awareness and helping those with it to be #dyspraxicandproud follow on Instagram @clumsy_yet_classy As a student in her twenties I have encountered many fun parts of dyspraxia with scars and bruises to prove it. From extra time [...]
Tue, Dec 25, 2018
Source: Clumsy Yet Classy
2018 2018 has been a mixed bag with both negative and positive points. I guess the best way I can describe it is that this year has been a very real and grounded year. Recently… Over the last month things have become quite hectic, what it being the holiday season and all [...]
Sat, Dec 22, 2018
Source: Robert – DyspraxicFantastic
I'm turning 30 in three days time, so I thought I'd write a slightly less conventional “turning 30” post because following any kind of convention is something I do badly. In some ways turning 30 can't come soon enough, many of my friends are already in their 30's so I [...]
Sat, Dec 15, 2018
Source: Alice – A Little More Understanding
Sun, Dec 09, 2018
Source: Krystal Bella