The Best Way To Be A Writer

Tips from an autistic on how to start your writing routine

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Welcome to part 1 of our February series on how to optimize your writing! This series will focus on neurodivergent professionals, but there will be tips everyone can use. Starting your writing journey can make you feel apprehensive. The stress could be centered on setting up a routine or maybe you are suffering from…

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We are autistic members of the disability community and hold various mental health diagnoses. We are advocates for social justice, writers and scholars of life.

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