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How You Can Support 'The Aspie Blog'|| Blog Everyday In September Day #4

I would love to eventually pay for hosting so I can have a better URL for my blog. I also want to keep putting out content for you guys. I also would like to blog full-time you know, because I struggle with employment. I explain this in my blog. On older blog posts.

Even if you cannot afford to support the blog. That is OK. You can share my articles with your friends, family. Or just share my blog articles on your Facebook, Twitter for free. 

Paypal Donations

You can send tips to my Paypal. You don't have to spend a lot. If you can spare a dollar, send a dollar. You can send 25 cents. It's not about the amount, but the thought. My Paypal email is

You can use my e-mail to send me tips.

I have a Patreon that was previously to support my YouTube channels. I am using it for my blog and my art. I have a tier where you can get a blog article written by me. Remember I write about autism and mental health. As long as it's related to autism, mental health, self-employment you're good to go,
Here is my Patreon. I am working on a better trailer for my account so just give me time to get it up.

Buy My Art

I also have an art store. Redbubble has sales every now and then. You can buy whatever you can afford. My Store. 

Buy My Ebook

I wrote an eBook on autism and employment. I did this to showcase how hard it is for us to function in an NT world.  This is to educate. I do propose a solution that I think could help us. If you are a parent of a child with autism I think it's important you know that your child will struggle in this world. My Gumroad. I
f you use the code 'wired differently' you will get 1 dollar off.

The book is on Amazon Kindle. 

As I said, even if you can't support the blog, you can still share the blog articles with a friend. Anywhere really. That alone can help my blog draw more readers who may be able to support the blog. I am also on,, and If you use any of those sites, you can vote my posts and that is free support. If you have to bookmark the art print you want to buy when you get money and come back, you ahead and do that.


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