Tag: Fit4autism



The main way I’m coping with the stress of being an #Autism parent

One of the things I’m pushing myself to do right now is manage my stress in more natural ways. My life is so full of stress, there’s times it hard to find room to breathe. What I’m trying to do is make the room for me to breathe and in doing so, give myself a …

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Things are working out this morning

All signs point to being able to walk at the park today. I’m super excited to be able to do that. It’s freakishly warm out and is perfect for walking. We’ve already finished two of the three appointments we have this morning and are currently waiting for the third to be done with. I want …

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I’m tired of being this way

I’m going to be quite busy this morning. The boys have to get to school, Gavin has to get his bloodwork done, and Lizze has two appointments to get to. All of this is before lunch time. My goal this week is to get my weightloss and return to wellness back on track. Honestly, I’ve …

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Top Tips To Help Kids With Autism Be More Active

This is a collaborative post and doesn’t necessarily reflect the views of this blog or its author. Many families that have children with autism will agree that exercise and activity is a great outlet for them. There have been plenty of studies surrounding the benefits of exercise with autistic behaviors, and that exercise is a …

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Trying to get exercise while doing chores around the house

I’m pretty proud of myself. Our dryer has been broken for a couple of weeks now. I tore it apart a week ago and discovered that it was simply the belt that was broken. I was able to order one on Amazon and it finally showed up today. Emmett, Gavin and I went into the …

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I’m making progress

Today is my second full day with the Fitbit Ionic. I’m really pumped to be using this to help me with my weight-loss journey. I’m very motivated to make the changes in my life that I need to, in order to improve my health, both mentally and physically. I’m setting reasonable goals and achieving them. …

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