How a man on the Spectrum learns to live

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Happy New Year, 2014!

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!

Welcome to 2014, everyone! For my first post of this year, I want to wish all of my readers and supporters the very best in this new beginning. Instead of resolutions, I have ideas on how I’m going to make life great. I will be maintaining my current exercise & diet regimen, growing my relationship with my girlfriend, staying in touch with family & close friends, and helping to expand our family business. I’m grateful for your continued support; I wish you all peace, blessings, and a very Happy New Year.

Happy New Year 2013!

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!

Hello Everyone!

I’m here to start a brand new year with my first post of 2013.  For most of my life, I’ve found myself looking forward to the start of the next year after Christmas is done.  It’s always felt symbolic to me to look at the past 12 months and then shift my focus to the next cycle of time.  Around this time, everything related to “resolutions” is bantered about.  When this happens, I’ve asked the question: why exactly is this so important?

Well I can’t presume to answer for other people, especially those on the Spectrum, but I know why they’re important to me.  There was a time when I would pray just to get through another year.  This was before my awareness grew to even a portion of what it is today.  I was blessed to have the awakenings that I did; a resolution for me, is a vision of what I want to make happen in life.  In order to act on it, I put it out into the Universe and then come up with an action plan.

Here is my short list of what I want to accomplish:

1. Continue living a healthy lifestyle.

2. Take time every day to organize.

3. Play some music on my keyboard as often as possible.

4. Research and develop new ideas for stories.

5. Maintain contact with friends and family.

6. Reach out to different people to promote my blog and my vision.

7. Grow this blog to make a difference in the world.

I look forward to many new possibilities and I hope that all of you who have supported me for the past year will allow me to continue sharing with you the next chapter of my Lesson Plan for Life.  With much love and appreciation, I thank you for your encouragement and I wish you all a prosperous, healthy, and very Happy New Year.

With love and gratitude,

Anthony