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Autistic-friendly Holiday Season

Many people on the Autism spectrum struggle with this time of year, and for good reason: The Holiday season brings loads of stimuli, which can lead to meltdowns, frustration, and anxiety all extreme enough to make one consider canceling travel plans. I thought it would be helpful to post some tips here on Guests and …

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Boston Glory!

Tea Party ships museum, Navy Shipyard, Massachusetts Bay Beaches, The Boston Public Gardens, the best universities in the nation, and classic clam chowder all have made my Boston trip SPECTACULAR! The best part was the glorious weather, and scenery of the Outskirts. There is Cape Cod beach, Martha’s Vinyard. I have had the pleasant fortune …

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Never underestimate how far an organized environment will take you!

I follow a career education blog entitled Classy Career Girl, offering excellent advice on the importance of uncluttering your surroundings, and the impact it can have on your productivity. The main reason I am writing this post is because I am better able to travel with peace of mind when I organize my surroundings. Nothing …

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My Respect for United Airlines LOST!

Where in the world do I even begin?!….. United Airlines has been on the news recently because of alleged discrimination against an Autistic teen, Juliette. Juliette and her parents boarded a flight with United Airlines. Shortly after, the drama ensued. Juliette has trouble with verbal communication (or in this case, communicating in a way that …

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My love of maps!

My love of maps was inspired by my father. Everytime we went on a road trip, regardless of the reason, dad always felt the need to pick up a map. Together, we would go over the map for every little detail. When I was 10, my parents ordered me several atlases, and encyclopedias filled to …

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Atlantic Ocean vs. Pacific Ocean

I have been privileged and fortunate enough to see both major oceans of the Earth: the Atlantic Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. I must say, the differences are absolutely remarkable. The Pacific Ocean appears bluer in colour, and has a ton of stones that reflect a beautiful array of colors. I am of the opinion …

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Stereotype Defiance

I have traveled to Scotland, Los Angeles, Ohio, and throughout the East Coast of the U.S. I have traveled for business, pleasure, and family alike. In any type of season, with different types of people. Most of my travelling involved me moving, and loving in different places.  I am privileged to know life in various …

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Activities in University of Edinburgh’s Firbush

During my freshman year in undergraduate university, I went in a study abroad preview to Edinburgh,  Scotland. I enjoyed St. Andrews, the Edinburgh castle, Parliament, Glasgow and Portobello Neighbourhood.  My favorite activity was actually a recreation program through the University of Edinburgh called Firbush. Firbush is a recreation center around the mountains of Perthshire, offering …