What determines your success?


Jeff Haden over at Inc.com gave a shout-out to J.K.Rowling for responding to a tweet from a discouraged writer. Her tweeted response? “Don’t write like me. Write like you. Nobody else can do that. Finish that book.” But, as Inc. reports, people may not know that her wildly successful, plus $1billion career was preceded by … Continue reading What determines your success?

Success in College for Students Living with Autism Spectrum Disorders


Jonathan Cox and Mikle South, two clinical professors at Brigham Young University, published results of an investigation of university students with autism for Spectrum. The article was subsequently summarized in the Washington Post. Cox and South noted several factors for student who live with autism while attending college.  Mental health, fitting in socially, and the … Continue reading Success in College for Students Living with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Working while living with a chronic illness or a disability


Erin Migdol, the chronic illness editor at The Mighty, wrote great summary of eleven companies that hire employees part-time, freelance, telecommuting, for side hustles or other arrangements that may be helpful for those living with disabilities. Balancing the demands of working a full-time job and the self care needed Some companies I have previously worked … Continue reading Working while living with a chronic illness or a disability