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How To Live Successfully With Your Mental Health Problems

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My Top Tips On How to Live Successfully With Your Mental Health Problems To keep in with the theme of this year’s World Mental Health Day, set by the World Federation for Mental Health, is ‘Mental health in an unequal… Continue Reading →

Hide and come seek game for sensory Bolters

To help our Emily with sensory overload bolting we have come up with the Hide and come seek me game. She often runs off if overwhelmed. Keeping a sensory avoider safe when their first response to an adverse Sensory overload… Continue Reading →

Mel Science – Fake Snow fun

Welcome! This post is about the Mel Science Chemistry of Winter experiments! Our girls are home educated and absolutely love their Mel science boxes. Today they got out and explored the Chemistry of Winter box. This contained 2 experiments within… Continue Reading →

Sue Green’s Unwrapping Of A Mummy Adventure time.

Today we were so very lucky to go to an amazing unwrapping of a mummy event at the museum at Weston-super-mere and meet with Sue Green. This trip was well worth it and Sue Green was amazing to talk to,… Continue Reading →

Nerdy Family Fun at the Comic Con

OMG we’re back again!! lol This time we went for some much needed Nerdy family fun at the Comic con in Bournemouth, Still with the wonderful team at UKCGF team and an other brilliant event. Nerdy Family Fun This time… Continue Reading →

Em’s spectacular guide on How I Made Max’s Hoodie.

Welcome to Em’s spectacular guide on how I made my Stranger Thing’s Max’s Hoodie. This was made for my Max Mayfield season 4 Episode 4’s Comic con costume. My name is Emily and this is my first blog post. I… Continue Reading →

Last year of full time Home ed!

Sadly we have come to our Last year of full time Home ed! It’s now Just Emily this year. Talking about what feels like an end of an era. Seems so strange. However, we cant wait it’s going to be… Continue Reading →

Geeking out at Comic Con in Bristol

Our family fun geeking out at the Bristol comic con. We had a fantastic day at this years Bristol Convention.. This one was run by one of our favourites organised by the UK Comic and Gaming Festivals (UKCGF). The Girls… Continue Reading →

Autistic Burnout, the ultimate breakdown

This year things have happened at work which has led to the Ultimate Autistic burnout. An autistic Burnout like this takes months to recover from. But I will get there however, it is leading to us revaluating how best to… Continue Reading →

How to Make Easy Peasey Melt and Pour Soap Making

Homemade Soap making has never been so super easy as it is with melt and pour soap base. This activity is a big sensory pleaser for us too. If you decide to give this craft a go then please share… Continue Reading →

Christmas jumper to Christmas Cushion in a few simple steps

Today Jessica went live on Wiltshire Gifts taking an old Christmas Jumper and transforming it into a Christmas Cushion. She did absolutely amazing I was so proud she was nervous and went shy. However, hopefully, they will both soon find… Continue Reading →

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