Safe space blogging: Every day is like Sunday – life with Asperger’s syndrome
Oct23

Safe space blogging: Every day is like Sunday – life with Asperger’s syndrome

It’s been a while since I’ve shared a safe space blogging post with you all. This week’s guest blogger is sharing her experience of life with a teenager with Asperger’s syndrome. Greta Thunberg has recently shone a light on the positives of living with Asperger’s. But unfortunately the reality is very different for many families, as this post shows. It’s good to see so many autistic people doing...

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Giving up caffeine
Jul31

Giving up caffeine

My husband recently gave up caffeine. He has always been a tea drinker, and started drinking coffee when my eldest was a baby. Since then, coffee has been a fundamental part of his life. Every day started with a trip to a coffee shop for him. There would usually be further trips later in the day. Costa, Nero, McDonald’s and Pret – he went to them all (he was never so keen on Starbucks). I was fine with this, it made him...

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The sexual abuse loophole
Mar19

The sexual abuse loophole

****Trigger warning – sexual abuse, paedophilia and grooming I’m sharing something different today. It’s a guest post from a fellow blogger and it’s a tough read. She isn’t a blogger I know personally, in fact she wanted to work with bloggers she doesn’t know, so she can keep her anonymity. I’m so sad that this story needs to be shared, but I really admire her bravery in sharing it. I hope...

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Walking away from domestic abuse
Jun20

Walking away from domestic abuse

Today I’m sharing a guest post with you from a victim of domestic abuse. I’m pleased to say I’ve never suffered from domestic abuse myself, but domestic abuse will effect one in four women and one in six men in their lifetimes. Every week two women in the UK are murdered as a result of domestic abuse. This story is a long one and times it is a tough read, but, ultimately, it is an inspiring story of a very brave and...

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A simple spring flowers craft for children
Feb22

A simple spring flowers craft for children

I’m Jennifer, and I blog about my family and the things that we get up to at Jennifer’s Little World (http://www.jenniferslittleworld.com). I’d like to say a big thank you to Sarah for letting me guest post on her blog, and I hope that you like my little spring flowers craft!   I’m not really a Winter person, and about this time of year I begin to long for the sunshine and brighter days. These spring flowers are really easy to craft...

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