My 6 Best Stories of May & June 2022

My six most popular articles from the last two months I’m leaving tomorrow for a huge summer adventure. My family and I will be camping for 8 out of the next 10 weeks! I will try to continue writing while on the road, but I also want to ensure I focus on what’s most important: myContinue reading “My 6 Best Stories of May & June 2022”

My Top-Performing Articles in March & April

A collection of my highest-earning pieces from the past two months In April, I had to self-isolate at home due to our family testing positive for Covid, as well as a blizzard that shut down our province for two days. The good thing about all of this was I had lots of time to spend withContinue reading “My Top-Performing Articles in March & April”

My Top Articles of 2022 Thus Far

In celebration of reaching three thousand followers on Medium Thank you, fellow Medium readers and writers, for supporting my writing. In celebration of reaching 3 thousand followers this week, I have compiled my 10 most popular articles for January and February 2022 to make them easier to find. I’ve also added to each of them, soContinue reading “My Top Articles of 2022 Thus Far”

Fiction So Often Reflects Reality

The book Circe, by Madeline Miller, relates to my professional and personal parenting experiences A few nights ago I came across a couple of paragraphs that really resonated with me as they reflect, in a very unique way, my philosophy when it comes to parenting and supporting children. Compliance does not mean a child has learnedContinue reading “Fiction So Often Reflects Reality”

Medium Needs To Pay Its Writers More

Writers make the platform what it is, but do not reap the benefits of our hard work I am grateful for this community and to Medium for providing a venue for all of us to share our writing. I have learned a lot over the past eight or so months I’ve been reading and writing here,Continue reading “Medium Needs To Pay Its Writers More”

Playing The Long Game

It takes time to earn a decent income with your writing Patience is not my strong suit I’ve been a successful entrepreneur for 12 years. It’s only the past eight months that I’ve been focusing primarily on my writing and trying to earn a living through my articles. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again:Continue reading “Playing The Long Game”

December Call For Submissions

How to write for us and some prompts for inspiration The focus of Neurodiversified is informative and well-written articles about neurodiversity, twice exceptionality, parenting, advocacy, mental health, and education. Read our Call for Submissions on Neurodiversified.

An Update On My Foray Over To NewsBreak

Disclaimer To my wonderful supporters who follow me or subscribe for my neurodiversity, education, mental health, and/or parenting content: I promise that is still the focus of my writing, I had to take a brief detour, but I will be back on track tomorrow! Last week I wrote a story lamenting that I hadn’t heard ofContinue reading “An Update On My Foray Over To NewsBreak”

I Wish I’d Heard About NewsBreak Sooner

Where were you brilliant writers 6 months ago? Disclaimer To my wonderful supporters who follow me or subscribe for my neurodiversity, education, mental health, and/or parenting content: I promise that is still the focus of my writing, I had to take a brief detour, but I will be back on track tomorrow! November 9th Update NovemberContinue reading “I Wish I’d Heard About NewsBreak Sooner”

Writing for Love and Money

An opportunity to pursue my passion and share my knowledge. I’ve always loved writing yet I’ve never considered myself a very creative person. I am good at technical writing, but I don’t paint pictures with words the way some very talented writers do. I’ve come to learn that I can write to my strengths andContinue reading “Writing for Love and Money”