Archives for Year: 2016

I’d like to note that, whilst I’m well aware these recap posts aren’t the most interesting of posts, they serve as little reminders for myself. My memory sucks (#ThanksPTSD). I post them to help me remember, but I link to posts about things in them (if applicable) in case someone wants to read about it. […]

This is a review of Story Genius by Lisa Cron. It promised to teach me how to use brain science to go beyond outlining to create a riveting novel.

A screenshot of my custom WP login screen; it matches my theme.
This is a tutorial post walking you through how to customise your WordPress login page any way you want. You need to have FTP or cPanel access; if you don’t know what those are, you probably lack access and cannot customise your WordPress as you wish (like I have done with my login page).

I invited peeps to ask me anything some months ago, and now I’m answering them. You can still ask me questions if you’re curious about anything.

For those unfamiliar with The Elf on the Shelf, it is a freakishly-cheery Christmas-themed doll and the protagonist of the 2005 children’s book of the same name; its premise: an elf sits on the shelf and delivers reports of the children’s behavior to Santa Claus each year.

This post focuses on the dangers of the Elf on the Shelf in the long-term.

Black and white photo of a girl in winter clothes (jacket and beanie) looking away from the camera. The background is white, her hair shields her face from the view (it looks blonde), and her hands are in her pockets.
This post explains my lack of autism-related posts lately, as well as why I am sitting presidential-related activism out. Self-advocating is exhausting.

This is one I’ll let the allistic/able-bodied people do for me. I’ll be drowning myself in food and cat gifs.

My life in the month of October, summarised, with a hint of what’s to come in November. ?

Two girls laying on their backs on the hood of an old, rusty truck, laughing; their wavy hair hangs free off the edge of the hood. They are in long-sleeved tops and long pants, and one is wearing a scarf
#Sistertips is a series for anyone who wishes they had a big sister. I’m the eldest of my five siblings. I give a unique perspective, having come from a dysfunctional family and being autistic and all, but here goes nothin’.