Posts by Wiggle Twist

My Top 10 Favorite Cookbooks

I have a cookbook obsession. Of course, this is just a natural combination of my book collecting obsession and my passion for cooking. Of course, living in an apartment makes owning all these glorious cookbooks a challenge. Usually, I take advantage of the public library for books in general, and cookbooks specifically. This is my…

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Making Time for You

Whether you’re chasing kids, balancing fiscal year end for your business, running a household, and/or running a corporation, making time to care for yourself needs to be a priority. Now, I’m not talking about a day at the spa once a week, or anything like that. Kudos if that is you, color me green with…

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Cold Days and Comfort Food

Cooler blustery days just make me want to snuggle into my house and see what I can create in my kitchen. Today is just one of those days, so I headed into the kitchen to see what comforts I could find. First, there must be a cup of something cozy. So bust out your favorite…

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Fast Food Dinner

It is beyond easy to hit the drive thru at the end of the day. Especially after you’ve spent the day mentally and physically exhausting yourself with living life. No matter what makes up your day; chasing toddlers, conference rooms, web meetings, napping between newborn feelings and diaper changes, blogging, or dictating corporate policy from…

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Autism Therapy: Toddler Years

It’s amazing how therapeutic work can be. To be occupied in doing and working towards a goal. Once therapy began and we started working to meet the needs of our child with autism we instantly started to feel hope. Hope is so important. At the age of 2 1/2 our son began his 10 hours…

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Searching & Connecting

When we started our Autism journey I was scared, then I was overwhelmed, and now I am determined. Since my first “Google: Autism” experience, I have purposefully avoided researching too much, and I have looked for answers in conversations with the experienced parents, therapists, psychologists, and our pediatrician. Frankly, I have been terrified at the mass…

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Autism Diagnosis

Writing about the days surrounding our son’s autism diagnosis are always harder than I think they will be. Maybe it is because I begin knowing how the story progresses, and writing about the beginning reminds me how very scared we were. It reminds me that we were fortunate in many many ways, and that so…

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