A little while ago, I posted about how technology can have a wonderful impact for people on spectrum (you can view it here.) That week, I had meant to review it-but I was not at all well. So, I thought today would be an apt opportunity for review 😀 I am a huge fan of … Continue reading Penclic Keyboard review; it’s pretty, and manageable!
What was your favourite gift you were given at Christmas? When starting my journalism course (you can read more about it here) one of my teachers mentioned Harold Evans. A lot. So, I googled him-and asked for his biography My Paperchase, for Christmas. In retrospect, this seemed rather apt, given the trade I'm training for. After reading it, … Continue reading Review: My Paperchase by Sir Harold Evans.
*You can buy the keyboard mentioned in this post here.* I've been thinking a lot lately-about being on spectrum, and the impact of technology. There's a sort of correlation, even a relationship between the two. You see: one of the stereotypes frequently levelled at me for having Aspergers is that I'm "good with technology", or … Continue reading Having Aspergers and the impact of technology.
Disclaimer: this post contains PR samples, which I requested, for purpose of my own review. What follows is my own opinion. Today is Christmas Eve. And I dare say that a few of the people I know are leaving potential shopping to the last minute. So: utilising my organisational skills, I have compiled a list … Continue reading Stocking Fillers For Relatives*
Disclaimer: this post contains PR samples, which I requested for purpose of review. Earlier this year, I was lucky enough to work with Say Nice Things, the fairly new and upcoming stationery brand; anyway, they sent me a Christmas present! The Wrapping paper is part of a set; similarly, the Christmas card (click here to see … Continue reading Say Nice Things: The Ultimate Christmas Present!*
Disclaimer: this post contains PR samples, but contains my honest opinion. Prices also vary greatly, to match a range of budget. As someone with Aspergers Syndrome, I often find it hard to know what someone thinks, let alone feels. This can often making buying a gift harder. Anyway: I had a think, and this post … Continue reading Christmas Gift Guide: What Do You Get Relatives For Christmas?*
Disclaimer: this post contains PR samples, which I was gifted at my own request. I was also gifted an item to feature a different item. This post contains my honest opinion. Over on The Bloglancer, I saw this post, which inspired today's post. In a way, Blogging is the perfect hobby for someone like me; … Continue reading What to buy a Blogger for Christmas? *
Disclaimer: this post contains PR samples. All that I have been gifted was at my own request, and my opinions are my own. "What do you get a journalist for Christmas?" is something that I have been musing about this week; largely because I get to hang round a lot of them, but also … Continue reading What do you buy a journalist for Christmas?*
Disclaimer: this post contains PR samples; what follows constitutes my own opinion. The prices in this vary to fit various budgets. Continuing on with my gift guide/stocking fillers series... I recently wrote a gift guide as to what to maybe buy Autistic people for Christmas; the suggestions were fairly cheap suggestions as to what to … Continue reading Stocking fillers for Autistic people*
Disclaimer: the items in this post were gifted to me at my own request, for the purpose of review. What follows is my honest opinion. Pricing also varies in these guides, as a way to to match varying budgets. "What do you get someone with Aspergers?" is.. well, a hard question to answer. As a … Continue reading What do you get someone with Aspergers for Christmas?*