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Supposedly women are meant to be better than men at multi-tasking. It's safe to say I'm one of probably many dyspraxic women who break that myth! Well, technically no-one can actually multi-task. Multi-tasking, in the literal sense, is in fact a myth. We actually switch between tasks, it's just that our [...]
Wed, Jul 18, 2018
Source: Natalie – The Blog With One Post
Sun, Jul 15, 2018
Source: Krystal Bella
This blog post marks the beginning of a new series on the blog, “A Dyspraxic's Guide To”. This series approaches a number of key areas of life, providing advice and contemplation on how to navigate them as a somewhat chaotically minded human. This post tackles the most famously dreaded topic for [...]
Sat, Jul 14, 2018
Source: Dyspraxia Survival Guide
Hello everyone, long time no speak, I hope you're all well?After a slight break from blogging I wanted to write about something really close to my heart the value of inclusion. Before I begin, I think it's important to remember that this is my personal experiences, other people may experience [...]
Thu, Jul 12, 2018
Source: Rosie – Thinking Out Of The Box
I have said many times in previous blogs that the world is rife with competition. This competition, inevitably extends to education. It is around that time of year where university student are getting their grades and degree classifications, and within a month high school students will get theirs. It is such [...]
Tue, Jul 10, 2018
Source: The Rambling Student
We often hear self-care bandied around on social media and in the offline world, as something we should all think about and include in our lives. “It's important to look after yourself” and “Make sure you take time out,” are phrases I've heard more often than usual and this has [...]
Sat, Jul 07, 2018
Source: Alice – A Little More Understanding