I’m an author and blogger.
My life changed when I was diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome and ADD at the age of 28. Now I’m sharing insights on life on the spectrum as an #actuallyautistic adult.
Recent Blog Posts
Not All Autistic People Are Computer Programmers
Unicus hires autistic people for only one field: IT. The fact is, not all autistic people are computer programmers. The stereotype hurts our employment prospects.
The Autistic Astronaut — An Impossible Equation?
Is the autistic astronaut an impossible equation, or are there autistic astronauts exploring space? Find out which issues an autistic astronaut might face.
My Autistic Sense of Time Is a Fluid One
I’m autistic. I also have ADHD and a poor sense of time. My autistic sense of time is different from the neurotypical way.
How to Get Things Done When You Have Executive Dysfunction
Neurotypical productivity tips don’t work for neurodivergent people because of executive dysfunction. Learn the neurodivergent way to get things done!
This Is Why PMS Sucks for Autistic Women
PMS (premenstrual syndrome) is a nuisance for many women. But few people know that PMS is even worse for autistic women.
The Horror of Fluorescent Lights as an Autistic Person
Fluorescent lights are everywhere, and they’re a nightmare for many neurodivergent people. They’re one of the reasons why public places are inaccessible to autistic individuals.