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By Gretchen McIntire I’m watching spring awaken around me more and more each day. I love the sound of the birds singing after so much silence in this world. Each day I find myself more and more thankful for the courage it took to move to Raleigh. “I feel like so much transformation is happenin…
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Power Up Your Self-Care By Becca Lory Hector Flowers are amazing teachers. Most of them bloom every Spring, only to wilt away come Fall. Think about that. Without fail, no matter how traumatic the past Fall was, come the following Spring, out pop the flowers to once again to fulfill their purp…
8 days ago · From Geek Book clubs
By Christa Holmans, Neurodivergent Rebel Every April has been intense since learning I was Autistic at the age of twenty-nine. I’ve been shifting more of my focus into my educational work and focusing on re-educating workplaces on Autistic and NeuroDivergent inclusion, so this April has been one …
07.04.2021 · From Geek Book clubs
By Gretchen McIntire Just as Spring is beginning to show its face the world seems to be coming to life again. This global pandemic has cost so many so much. However, as we grieve, we keep on growing too. “I like to think of us all as a garden that is forever growing.” I think the garden ima…
31.03.2021 · From Geek Book clubs
By Megan Amodeo I’m sorry. Those are words I’ve heard time and time again since becoming a mother. I’ve been a mom for almost twenty years. There have been days filled with unexplainable joy. There have been days filled with gut wrenching heartbreak. There have been days filled with anxiety, b…
24.03.2021 · From Geek Book clubs
By Christa Holmans, Neurodivergent Rebel In many countries, driving is a rite of passage, but some people will always struggle with driving if they drive at all. I was fourteen when I went to see the first Fast and the Furious movie at the theatre with a few kids from school. Would Los Angeles…
17.03.2021 · From Geek Book clubs
By Adriana White “Autism, like many things in life, exists across a spectrum.” While the question of whether a person is autistic has a binary, yes or no answer, the way that autism affects an individual life can vary greatly. Autism, like many other conditions and disabilities, is…
10.03.2021 · From Geek Book clubs
Autistic Author Interview Dounia Stewart-McMeel Dounia Stewart-McMeel is a former tutor turned children’s author who wants kids to become science-lovers! Her first book, “Let’s Visit the Solar System,” is fun, informative and will most certainly help to make kids more curious about space and o…
03.03.2021 · From Geek Book clubs
By Megan Amodeo My oldest daughter is leaving soon to start her on campus college studies. The university allowed her to take online classes her first semester due to COVID-19. She spent her entire first semester here in our home where she was safe. Soon she will drive herself to her new dorm roo…
24.02.2021 · From Geek Book clubs
By Gretchen McIntire Last month I promised myself that I would focus on what it means to be a better version of myself. I want to be a better person, a better family member, and a better American.  This last month has tested me thoroughly. I haven’t slept well. I won’t touch politics here…
19.02.2021 · From Geek Book clubs
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