Being a single parent to 3 #Autistic kids is NOT easy but it IS worth it

I’ve spent the day trying to get a million things done and accomplishing very little. When you’re a single parent to 3 kids, life doesn’t leave you much wiggle room. When you’re a single parent to 3 Autistic kids, there’s even less wiggle room. When you’re a single parent to 3 Autistic kids and 2 of them are sick at the same time, you begin to question if there’s even a God.

Anyway, I’ve been planning for a couple of podcast interviews and closing out the season. I’m hoping 2020 is a year of growth for the pod. I’m getting more and more work as an influencer and it’s helping to pay the bills. I’m apparently listed in a bunch of databases like and brands find me and reach out. It’s kinda cool and I’m hoping to leverage this to help the podcast grow.

Speaking of podcast, I’m loving my new hosting service. I recently moved from Anchor to Captivate and I LOVE IT.

One of the things I wish I could find is something like Best Central Location Test but specifically for podcasts. Being able to get constructive feedback would be very helpful.

I have also been dealing with some insurance stuff, and I needed to do some good old fashioned internet research, using sites like Do you remember how hard research was before the internet? I know it can still be a pain but life is so much now.

I did manage to get most of what I needed to get done for the kids, done today. That’s not a bad thing but it came at the expense of other things I needed to get done as well. It’s so challenging because when you’re a single parent, there’s’ no such thing as divide and conquer anymore. It really an exhausting, frustrating and overwhelming experience but it’s also totally worth it.

Rob Gorski

Full time, work from home single Dad to my 3 amazing boys. Oh...and creator fo this blog. :-)