Month: November 2018

The Fellow Blogger Promo – Mommying Baby T

Ladies and gent’s, welcome back to The Fellow Blogger Promo, which this time around is also the last and final one. Before I’m getting started, let me just say that I have enjoyed looking at your blogs, I have learned a few things, gotten inspired and best of all, had the chance to give a little bit back to the community. So this will not be the end entirely, The Fellow Blogger Promo will return,…

By Linda V. Lind November 29, 2018 0

My top 5 superheroes

I was just casually running through my IG to show some love, when I came across the “alert-word” superheroes! Turns out that one of the very sweet and kind bloggers I’m connected to, lindseysea.com, did a post on superheroes – a top 5 favorite list, to be exact. From the geek side of things, I have no idea as to why I haven’t touched my beloved superheroes on the blog yet, since anyone on my…

By Linda V. Lind November 28, 2018 3

5 quick lists on Aspergers Syndrome

Below you are going to find 5 quick lists on Aspergers Syndrome, but I do need to point out that – like anything else on this blog – this is Aspergers from my point of view. I cannot and will not speak for others. I can only say many with the diagnosis will recognize some or all of these – but not everyone. Use the following as a conversation piece, self-reflexion, guide etc. Ready?!  Set!…

By Linda V. Lind November 26, 2018 6

The Fellow Blogger Promo – Wandering Quinn

Welcome back to another round of #TheFellowBloggerPromo where we visit the amazing site of Wandering Quinn. Last week we checked in on The Devaulls and saw how they got the social media working for their brand and as you, my dear reader, may remember, I was a little out of my comfort zone. Well, this week is no different as I venture on to take on another travel blog. To elaborate from last week, I…

By Linda V. Lind November 22, 2018 0

Where do I belong? – the conundrums of the Spectrum

It’s a little more than a year ago since I got my late diagnosis of Aspergers Syndrome. A little more than a year has passed since a kind psychiatric doctor tried to explain to me what autism meant and how it could express it self and I couldn’t take any of it in, because the words “Aspergers Syndrome” and “not curable” kept ringing in my head and dancing in lime green colours before my eyes. …

By Linda V. Lind November 21, 2018 2