I write informational and educational blog posts about autism and mental health. For instance, I write about my struggles with autism, employment issues among autistic adults. For mental health, I write about anxiety and depression. This will include my struggles with the disorder. How to help someone with the disorder etc.
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Down Town/lake Travel Photography Diaries || Blog Everyday In September Day 20
I will be sharing more of my lakefront/downtown photos. I share my content to my crypto blogs like Steemit and simply putting my photos on my blog makes it easier to share them. I enjoy taking photos and blogging. Being able to monetize it on my crypto blogs is amazing. I prefer that than showing ads.
So many downtown photos. I will run out of ideas sharing them one by one. These are older photos but I enjoy it when I can take a trip to downtown Chicago. I would love to hang by the lake. It's fun just to chill there.
I have improved on my zooming skills. I can say so myself.
I swear I am posting all of my vertical photos. Now I hate vertical photos after doing YouTube for too long. The photos from beyond this point are my moms. I post them to keep them in a safe place in case something happens to my computer.
The water looks so clear and sparkly when it is nice and sunny out. I would love to get a boat and sail it on the lake. Let's be like Spongebob and get our boating license. ( you actually need a license to drive a boat like for a car.
The water looks nice in this photo.
It's nice seeing the boats on the lake.
These are most of the photos. My mom and I are into photography. She is on my photography team. Kinda like she takes photos for me if I couldn't go somewhere with her due to being in school.
The top half photos are taken by me and the bottom half are taken by my mom.
Just got fired from your 12, 20th etc job? Or are you just out of your luck and can't find any jobs that fit your needs. I will be explaining some jobs I feel are right for adults with autism that you can probably do remotely. This is my opinion but everyone is different and will have different skills. I did research for this blog post. I always to research before covering certain topics.
Sometimes 'real world' jobs are not for us. They are built the around neurotypical force. Remember that NTs don't have the issues that we have. We are sometimes forced to accommodate the Nts and that is not right. This article talks about the jobs that I feel is right for us. It will probably be won't be a walk in the park to get. It's better than being fired from several jobs due to your differences. Freelance Work
I am actually trying to land some freelance work myself. I feel freelance work is great for some of us because you can do it your way and the clients will come if …
I am a content creator. You're going to get feedback from people on how they feel you can do a certain thing better. I am tired of arguing. I am tired of taking their feedback the wrong and they think I can't take criticism. It's common for people on the autism spectrum do not handle certain types of criticism. It could be a low self-esteem thing as well. With us, we need a different approach to getting feedback. Another thing I have noticed is if I am not understanding what the person wants me to do because there are no visuals I can refer to, they will think I don't want their feedback if I try to explain why it will not work for me. This person told me they didn't like it when I read what the game is saying when I play games like Undertale, I will attach a link to one of my lets plays so you know what I am talking about. where you can make your own voice for the character. I explain I read what the screen is saying because if I don't, the viewers will get bo…
I made a blog article on jobs that would work for adults with autism. However, I think we should cover the jobs that you should avoid if you are on the autism spectrum. This is just my 2 cents. Everyone is different.
It's rough for people with autism to find steady employment. It's important that you avoid these jobs. Most people with autism have poor short term memory. I am one of these people. I have issues with high demand jobs that call for you to remember a lot of things. I don't know about you, I cannot handle several tasks at the same time. I am a one at a time person. Do this then move on to the next task when I am done.
People on the autism spectrum should avoid retail/fast-food jobs. In fast-food, chances are you will be given several tasks at once. That would be too demanding on me because I need time to process, adjust, etc. Same with retail like grocery stores. You may be given several tasks to do at one time. You w…