Being out of routine

Posted by: alisrowe, April 19, 2016

For me, one of the hardest things about having ASD is that critical need to do my ‘normal’, i.e. to maintain what is my ‘normal’ life. Here is a snapshot of my own daily routine at the time of writing:


Just a brief note: Although I am intrinsically a time keeper and the timings of these tasks are important, they are somewhat flexible. I have learned that life ends up being more manageable for me if I:

Regardless of how exactly it looks, there is still a routine for the day and it is very important to me that this routine is kept to.

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