Hello, Contant Readers. Today’s blog is for the foodie followers, the guys and girls who brave the kitchen and cook their own foods. Today’s recipe is gluten, soy, dairy,corn, and sugar free. It does contain salt and nuts. The salt can be omitted but the nuts can’t SO IF YOU ARE ALLERGIC TO TREE NUTS … More Cooking catfish almondine
Here is an intermediate recipe for those who have the time to invest. This is basically a crock pot recipe although my abuela used to make the same stuff in a large covered cast iron pot. Either way you will need eight hours of prep time for the kidney beans – or buy them pre-cooked. … More “Everything free” Burrito/Taco filler – GF, SF, dairy, corn, grain free
Today, I was really really bored. But apparently that is a good thing (according to Neil Gaiman, Dean Kamon, and others). And I have to say I was productive. I first cooked…baked chicken, kidney beans in the crock pot, baked turkey wings, baked white potatoes (those will be “french fries” tomorrow – search this blog … More DAY 1 of my Second Annual Social Media Free Month
Start your prep the day before the interview. Know who you are talking to. Do some research. Google them. Know about the company. Find their web page and read it. Clean out your car…many companies will check out your vehicle for cleanliness and hints as to your personality. Remove any tools, toys or clutter that … More How to Get the Job – (An autism specific listicle)
One of the worst things about being an autist is that there are times when you literally cannot get your needs met because you literally cannot formulate a request for help. There has been an ongoing thing here for me wherein I have been perseverating on a situation and where I can literally think of nothing … More Autism Speaks – and perseverates and rants
This is something I have been agonizing over the last few months, and which actually resulted in the loss of one of my jobs. (A loss that turned out to be a blessing in disguise as it happens as it got me out of a situation where I was being used and manipulated by a … More Honesty versus transparency.
Here is an example of a truly excellent problem solving method for dealing with problem people, and all you need is a pen and paper or a computer with word processing or spreedsheet capability. If you have that person in your life who is draining you of time or energy or finances this is a … More Problem People in Your Life and How to Deal With Them
So I am very confused today. I teach autistic students, I come from a family of autistics, and I am autistic myself. Thrice diagnosed, and a member of three prominent autism research groups. I am butt deep in autism aid, and research and I live the autistic life every day. BUT To me one of … More Autism Speaks and is told to “Shut Up”
HOW TO ENTER A ROOM LIKE A BOSS (A short practical guide for Aspies ) Have a dressing ritual. NEVER sleep in your clothes for the next day. (I do this but never before a formal appt.) Choose the clothes the night before. Make sure they are clean and ironed if need be Put them … More An Aspie’s Short Guide To Entering A Room Like A Boss
As many of my readers know I was diagnosed with Aspergers/High Functioning Autism as a teen. What you may not know is that I recently began working as a private tutor (volunteer to negligible pay) specializing in working with my fellow autistic beings. In doing so I fell into a dark and gluey world of labels, procedures, … More Autism speaks – and is condescended to.