{Giveaway} Adding a touch of Harley Quinn

Adding a touch of Harley qUINN

As a child I was absorbed in the books by Enid Blyton and Roald Dahl; stories about a world that was very different to my own, but the classic words painted pictures so vividly that I still remember them. I know exactly what that magic wishing chair would have looked like, and I can almost […]

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Coming full circle

Coming full circle

A few years ago now I was lucky enough to have been recognised for this little blog by the team at Bupa. At the time, I can’t even tell you how fortunate I felt to have been singled out, and my words praised, by a group of strangers. Of course, they didn’t stay strangers for […]

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VAC: Answering your questions

VAC_ Answering your questions

You know how I told you about that talk I was giving at the Victorian Autism Conference last week? Well, I did it. And the world didn’t end, nor did I ugly cry on the stage or completely forget my words. So I’m calling it a win. But there was a heap of questions, all […]

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How I manage to do it all

How I manage to do it all

This month has been nothing short of hectic. With at least one night each week spent away from home, the juggle has been immense, almost impossible, and certainly not achievable without the support crew we’ve got around us. I’m often asked how I manage to do it all. How I fit it all in. The […]

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The pressure of a deadline

The pressure of a deadline

Later this week I’ll be standing on a stage, presenting to a group of people. It may only be a handful, or who knows, it might be standing room only, but either way I’m expected to speak in front of them. It’s not that I don’t enjoy public speaking; I do. Maybe ironic, given how […]

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