It’s no secret that autism is a topic I’m passionate about. However, I’m not the greatest when it comes to explaining things delicately, especially if something is common sense to me. […] Continue reading »
In 2011, I ate peanut butter sandwiches every day for about two weeks, simply because they were the easiest to make on a whim, and also because I was burnt out on Hot Pockets, pizza, and other frozen dinners. […] Continue reading »
Spring is approaching, and what better way to prepare for all the fun crafts the season brings than to brush up on your skills? Download these guides now to hone your skills—they’re free! […] Continue reading »
It’s easy, but it might not be if this is your first rodeo. I’m going to explain to you exactly how to increase your chances of your article being accepted by Crunchy Family. […] Continue reading »
For those of you who don’t know, Charlise is my cousin. We’re a lot alike, but saying that doesn’t mean we lack any differences. Through helping her with Crunchy Family — finding an awesome designer on par with my website standards, formatting entries for SEO and better navigation, among other things — I’ve somehow been converted. […] Continue reading »
Therefore, when parents say,
I wish my child did not have autism,
what they’re really saying is,
I wish the autistic child I have did not exist, and I had a different (non-autistic) child instead. […] Continue reading »
Hello! I’m attending the Gluten & Allergen Free (GFAF) Expo in Dallas, Texas this November!
As someone who’s allergic to almost everything, this is exciting to me. […] Continue reading »
Do you guys remember my post on my August Bestowed box? I’m back to tell you all of their newest coupon!
October is national non-GMO month, and to celebrate, every item in Bestowed this month is 100% GMO-free! […] Continue reading »
Hi, everyone! Changes are coming to the site soon, and we have a survey for you all to help us tailor the site on a reader-basis. […] Continue reading »
I’m a fan of subscription boxes. The idea of receiving a surprise with food each month excites me, making me want to open it and see what’s inside. […] Continue reading »