Happy Holidays!

Happy Holidays! Whether you are celebrating Christmas, celebrated Hanukkah, or are looking forward to the Winter Solstice, I hope all is merry and bright for you this December! This post is short and to the point, as most of us tend to be swamped right now! I’ve done a longer video on today’s topic for those interested and I’ll post …

How to Choose a Planner for 2019! (Aspie, SPD focus)

Are you in the process of looking for the “right” planner for next year? Are you unsure which type is best for you? Or not even sure where to start? In this post we’ll go over a few planners I’m using and talk about pros and cons of each. And, of course, we’ll talk with Asperger’s in mind, but this …

November News and Updates!

Hi everyone! How are things going in your own little corner of the world? It’s been a while, hasn’t it? Here’s what’s up with us! Family News and Updates In August, we moved K to her internship, where she is learning the valuable lesson of living on low intern wages. Still, she’s living her dream and we are happy for …

Blogging Mistakes to Avoid for the Accident Prone Writer

This past week I pinched my nose, opened WordPress, and delved into the part of writing that I’d rather not; the guts and bytes of my website. I love how my webmaster designed AuthorJulieClark.com but filling up the gas tank each week is my job, not his, and minor maintenance falls under that category, too. This work includes things I …

Baseball, Autism, and Cam’s Clubhouse: A Revolutionary Turn in Family Friendly Sporting Events

Our family has been living life on the Autism Spectrum for around two decades now. During this time much of the landscape has changed. “Awareness” and “acceptance” have become buzzwords, while what so many of us prefer is understanding for who we are and how we process this thing we all call life. Autism is not a trend; it’s part …