- Feeling included and inclusion
- Visual perception and seeing things differently
- Celebrating the positive qualities of Dyspraxia
- Dyspraxia Awareness Week 2015: Organisation and the transition from University to the world of work
- Questions I am often asked about Dyspraxia
- A massive THANK YOU to everyone who has voted for me!
- Being young and told to 'just get a job'
- Learning to listen
- That feeling of "what now?" when you finish an MA
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Category Archives: Writing
I have historically written an end of year review or roundup of some description, but this year for various complicated reasons, I didn’t feel up to writing one. For as long as I can handle, I’ve decided to have a … Continue reading
A year ago I sat down and thought about my future and where I wanted to be in a few years time. At 27 I’d entered the ‘late twenties’ bracket and this terrified me. I’ve always felt the pressure to … Continue reading
So where am I now? On Friday, something amazing happened – in amongst the election chaos and uncertainty, we sent our magazine to print. A magazine we’d been working on since February, having had the initial idea as early as … Continue reading
As most people know, I’m at uni (again) doing a Masters in Magazine Journalism. After various career attempts and working out what being an adult meant to me, I decided that more education and another MA would be an almost … Continue reading
Exactly a year ago today, I registered with WordPress and started writing my first blog under the name alittlemoreunderstanding. This has been the year when I started allowing people (who weren’t related to me or my best friends) to read … Continue reading