Tag: self-care

I’m at my wit’s end

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Gavin is checking all the boxes today in regards to being challenging. We’ve had one issue after another leaving Lizze and I frustrated. After the issues with his IVIG infusion this morning, Gavin was washing some dishes he needed for lunch. All of a sudden, he begins freaking out. This… Read more »

He lacks commonsense and that’s why this happened

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Gavin had a very rough morning. He was struggling and that was even more apparent when it came to his IVIG infusion. I’m not sure where his head was at but we had problems. Maybe he was distracted, preoccupied with thinking about one of his games or perhaps he had… Read more »

Meltdowns and mayhem led to an incrediblely touching gesture

This morning has been a total disaster. Mr. Emmett woke up in a mood that can only be described as unfortunate. He woke up at one point last night and wanted to crawl into our bed but we got him back into his instead. Maybe he had nightmares again and… Read more »

The NEW Link View Smart Display by @JBLaudio takes Google Home to the next level

Straightforward and intuitive, the Link View is something that can benefit any family. The benefits are numerous and range from filling a room with music to helping kids with their homework.

Self-care isn’t always easy but it’s absolutely possible and here are some ideas

I’m super proud of myself because after today’s walk, I have already hit 40 miles for the month. In other words, over the last 16 days, I have walked 40 miles on the track. That doesn’t including walking in general. That’s specifically from me driving to the park, starting my… Read more »

30 Days with the @Healbe GoBe2 Health/Fitness Tracker (Review)

Last month I was given an opportunity to test and review the Healbe GoBe2. It’s an interesting take on a fitness/health/activity tracker and I’ve said this a few times before but I’m a huge fan of tech that helps in this area of one’s life. I’ve used every Fitbit tracker,… Read more »

Will you accept my #Autism Awareness month challenge?

It’s Autism Awareness month once again. I see the Blue lights going up, the Memes spreading across the Internet but I want to make a suggestion to all of you out there. I believe Autism Awareness month has been around since 1970 and it seems that each year we pretty… Read more »