NaNoWriMo: How I wrote 50,000 words in 10 days

Despite the amount of disbelief that I had in achieving 50,000 words in the entire month in November due to college commitments and social engagements I couldn’t (and didn’t want to) cancel, I managed to reach the 50,000-word goal ridiculously quickly. I’m even more surprised by this because, as I did last year, I fell into the second week slump that every NaNo-er, I’m sure, can relate to, where putting words onto the screen in front of me was painful.

Autism Myths and Misconceptions

According to statistics published by the National Autistic Society, 95% of people have heard of or about autism before. I can say with quite confidently that the amount of people who actually understand this disorder is much lower. That made me want to write this post, about autism misconceptions I hear on a daily basis.

Back to School Stationary Haul 2016

Sometime in late August last year I posted a blog post detailing everything I’d bought in preparation for my first year of college. […]Although I did end up using the vast majority of what I bought in the end, I did give away a few things and bought things throughout the year that I hadn’t factored in originally.