Hey readers,

This week my word is:


This is because I am consciously aware of the fact that we are fastly approaching the summer holiday. I am not good at adapting to change due to my autism, so I need to plan a system in place with how I am going to get through it. Previous years I tend to get quite obsessed with it but this year I am trying to be general and just have options of things to do when I feel like tearing my hair out.

I have also been to the library and withdrew some books out. I have lost my mojo to read physical books recently so purposely took the time to find some good books to get my teeth stuck into.

My youngest gave me a scare this week, whilst at nursery he fell on a balancing beam and the beam sprang up into his face. So, he has a gorgeous massive brush on his nose, close to his eye socket. Luckily his eyesight is ok and mainly superficial bruising rather then any damage.

Cheers for reading X

The Reading Residence

8 thoughts on “Planning

  1. I think that’s a great idea to plan a list of options, it will help when you feel overwhelmed. Your poor little boy glad it was nothing more serious. #WotW

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  2. I like to have plans, but fairly fluid ones so that I have not over planned everything, does that make sense? I do love a trip to the library, feels so exciting to walk out with free books! Hope you get back into reading again. And your poor boy, I do hope he’s OK x Thanks for sharing with #WotW

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  3. oh your poor little boy, it’s so horrible when they get hurt like this, especially when they have evidence all over their face. I hope he heals quickly xx Planning is good, my autistic daughter needs to know what’s happening, it’s no good us getting up one day and saying ‘ok, let’s go out for the day’ we’d never get her out of the door. She has to know what’s happening before so we always plan things.. But then with my illness we can’t plan too far in advance, so our plans have to be a little flexible.


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