Monthly Archives: September 2016

A Neurodiverse Life: Cooking

Cooking can be more challenging for people who are neurodiverse than for the average neurotypical person. I have Asperger’s Syndrome, which is a condition on the Autism Spectrum, and I am also dyslexic which is a Specific Learning Difference (SpLD). I’m pretty confident that I also have dyscalculia although I have never really been tested […]

Product Review: Boots Blotting Paper

I’ve meant to try blotting paper for years and I’ve just never gotten around to it until now. I’ve been using these for about a month or so and I’m loving them! I have really oily, sensitive skin and am currently battling a pretty bad bout of acne. I am finding these a helpful tool […]

Volunteer Training and Mental Ill-Health

At the moment I am in the process of a training progamme for my new volunteer job, which is a project that is jointly run between the school of Medicine and the school of Law at my university to provide free legal and health advice to homeless people in the city. I’m super excited to […]