If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you might’ve seen that I’ve been posting back to school hauls since I started blogging. My 2015 haul was one of my first posts, and one I’m still proud of, even though it was ruined during the import process when I went self-hosted. Despite having written posts […]
For many people, May marks the beginning of exam season. It’s that time of year where all thoughts of relaxing go out the window, and people put all their effort into getting the best grades possible. I’m sure I’m not the only one who has been lost at the thought of revising. When my first […]
Something I’ve learnt more and more about since getting more involved with the autism community is that late diagnosis’ aren’t uncommon. I’m a part of this—diagnosed three days after my seventeenth birthday, much later than the average diagnosis age of 5 in the UK.
I’m not going to go into great detail, but what I will tell you about my own GCSE experience is that I only took four GCSE’s in the end, and I still managed to fail two of them.