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My Inspired Resolution: 5 Steps To Crush This Year’s Goal

My Inspired Resolution: 5 Steps to Crush This Year’s Goal

I finally did it! I published my first post on Medium!!!! If you are wondering how to set and reach your resolution this year, read & share! https://medium.com/@tamarakanderson/my-inspired-resolution-5-steps-to-crush-this-years-goal-2b2d055acb58

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My First Meme

My First Meme

I've been busy working on my book. I am finishing up the second edit and it is coming along. I decided to create my first meme for my book. Enjoy and share!

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Everyone Is Welcome At The Gym

Everyone is Welcome at the Gym

As we finished our short workout on the treadmill last week I had a sweet experience. The lady two treadmills down from us stopped us and said that she was amazed how well Nathan did. She told me she has…

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Failing To Be Spontaneous

Failing to be Spontaneous

I shouldn't get discouraged, but sometimes I do. This past weekend my husband suggested we do something fun. So, I started brainstorming. One of my sons with autism came in as we shared some of our fun ideas. He quickly…

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Skipping At Church

Skipping at Church

Who says you can't skip down the aisle at church with your bag in tow? That is how Nathan entered church on Sunday. I almost giggled out loud as I watched him. One brother pulled me aside with a smile…

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Miracles For Matt

Miracles For Matt

Just over two years ago, this amazing young man named Matt Bowen, broke his C5 vertebra body surfing in the Pacific Ocean. Over the past few months I have been privileged to interview him, his family, and a few of…

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Finding My “Normal” Font

Finding my “Normal” Font

I was working with my Producer this week on getting my author website ready to launch. We decided to get a mock cover of my book "Normal For Me" on there. One of my assignments was looking at different fonts…

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Sensory Sand

Kiddos on the autism spectrum often have sensory issues and are either over-reactive or under-reactive to their senses. Nathan found great joy in playing with the sand on the beach during our vacation (sensory seeking). He loved running his fingers through it over and over and touching and feeling the sand as it ran through his fingers in different ways. Yes, he did throw sand all over everything, but I was glad he was happy and enjoying the beach in his own way. #AutismAwareness #SensorySand

Posted by Tamara K Anderson, Author on Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Sensory Sand

Kiddos on the autism spectrum often have sensory issues and are either over-reactive or under-reactive to their senses. Nathan found great joy in playing with the sand on the beach during our vacation (sensory seeking). He loved running his fingers…

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The Recurring Dream

The Recurring Dream

There was that recurring dream…that one I asked God to stop--not because it was scary, but because I was so sad when I woke up and it wasn’t real. In my dream, Nathan was talking and laughing and communicating normally…

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