Following your dreams is important in life or you might look back at your life and regret not following your dreams. I want to talk about the best way to follow your dreams.
A difficult decision story with three paths to choose from with a surprising ending that you will not see coming.
When I was growing up I had the power of imagination, I still like to think I have that power today as an adult. Learn more about my story of imagination.
I haven’t always been forgiving of myself, which brings us today’s post, check out these 8 tips for doing how to forgive yourself the right way.
After to AC/DC latest Rock or Bust album over and over again, I have to say I can relate to a few of their songs. In this AC DC Rock or Bust review, you will find out which few songs I can relate to and why I can relate to them.
Remember the movie Happy Gilmore and his golf coach said to Happy "think of your very own happy place?" If not here is a link to that exact quote. Happy Gilmore Happy Place Scene. Where is your happy place? Is it a home, work, school etc. Today I am going to share with you my happy place and why I consider it a happy place. Before I tell you about my happy place, first let's discuss what is a happy place?
I have a very opinionated family that loves to share their opinions when I don't really want them. It's like I don't even get a choice if I don't want to hear them or not. Opinions are hard to listen to especially when it can be very critical or not supportive of one's dreams. I found a really amazing YouTube video from this blogger who found a way to politely tell his parents that he wants to pursue his dreams with or without their support. I am also going to talk about my dream, then I am going to attempt my own version myself. So how to follow your dreams without support?
If you follow me on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram you might have seen that my dog Kasey was put down because she had a cancerous lump on her neck. There was nothing we could do anything about it. That's why I did not write a post on Friday because that's when we had to part ways with her and I have been upset since then. I will always cherish the moment that I had with her. Today I want to talk to you about what my dog taught me about life.
I would like to apologize for not posting yesterday. I was basically in a foul mood all day yesterday because of this new GDPR EU Regulation for my website, but another thing came into play too. Surrounded by negative family members.
For those of you who don't know about our founder, then let us tell you a little bit about him. Jimmy has Autism which means he learns differently than others. He wishes that people would understand him better when they meet him. To learn more about our founder you can check out this page here. Founder’s Background StoryToday's post is about how being treated differently sucks.
I had to deal with curve balls in my life it's not even funny. However in this blog post I will give you some great ways on how to deal with curveballs. If you follow me on social media you probably can tell that life has thrown me more than a few curveballs in my life. Too many in my opinion. So I want to talk to you about how to deal with curve balls that life throw at you. Before that let me tell you some of my curveballs that life threw at me today.
I would like everybody to teach everyone about Autism Awareness. My team is busy working on a few things so I decided to share something I learned about myself last night. Before we begin when I tell you about what I learned please do not judge me because it took me time before I started to notice. If you are confused about what I am talking about right now, then we should probably move on to the story so you will find out.
Does wearing a hearing aid make you feel stupid? Don't let it because I use to wear one all the time. I was born deaf in my right ear. My parents had my ear operated on when I was a baby to help me try to get my hearing back. Sometimes the surgeries worked for a while then the device that they put in my ear did not stay in place.
Today I am doing the writing today because I gave my team members the weekend off because they filled in for me quite a bit the last few days. See I am a nice person after all. Also, I wanted to share with you a little more about me. Who else is better to tell you about me other than myself? The answer to that quest is no one. Lastly, I wanted to end the week with a more personal story of my past. Let's go back to the past, shall we?
Here are a few posts about me that you may find interesting. What Everyone Ought To Know About Autism You may also like this one too. Getting Treated Differently HurtsI was born with Autism, but I only have it to a slight degree. When I was in school when I was younger I was treated differently. I thought being different was a bad thing. My teachers always treated me like I was different except for my 7th-grade teacher. Having Autism doesn't mean I am not smart, it means I just learn differently. I am not sure why people think being different is bad. Let me tell you about what is great about karate.