Parenting Talks for October plus a Blogging Update!

It’s funny how something small, roughly 6 x 8 inches give or take, can transform a life such as mine. Sound dramatic? Yeah. But the truth is I struggle with ADD. This was a truth I needed to face head-on in order to keep the website current. So, I got a planner. And honestly, it’s helping me focus on what …

Growing up Appalachian – The Swimming Hole by Julie Clark

When my mother and father met there was much consternation on the part of my grandparents. My father was from the hills and my mother most certainly was not. Although that is a story for another moment, being my father’s daughter means I have a background many mock but one that I cherish. I was born and raised so close …

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As a freelance writer my words and my work are inseparable. Due to my schedule I regret am no longer able to accept requests for uncompensated work such as articles or writing a chapter or two for a book. If you are interested in hiring me for a project, contact me at: authorjulieclark (at) gmail (dot) com for current availability. …

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Due to the nature of the web, all comments are currently moderated. The following will not be tolerated: racism sexism hatred abuse trolls spam any other -ism or comments deemed unacceptable The goal of my family’s work has always been to promote understanding and tolerance. Sure, there will be times we disagree. I’m okay with healthy discussion. However, this site …

Support for Victims of Harvey and Irma with Autism, Asperger’s and Other Special Needs

Is hurricane Harvey or Irma causing upset in your own life? Or in the lives of those you care about? If you are an Autism Spectrum or Special Needs family, significant weather events like these are disruptive in ways that may not coincide with what we see on TV. One area of concern is the overwhelming anxiety many living life …

Back to School Reminders for Aspie Families

Today’s post is a bit brief and to the point. After all, the beginning of the school year crams our schedules like no other time of year, doesn’t it? Here are a few simple reminders as your Aspie family switches from summer schedule to the school schedule. Cheers! Regardless if you are homeschooling, private schooling or public schooling (what my …