I am Autistic, Dyslexic, with Asthma, Spinal Problems, Depression and PTSD. Life for me can be crazy but I decided long ago that I would share my life with people so that hopefully something that I am going through will help someone else in the future. With multiple disabilities as well as being Gender Fluid, Christian and from a lower socio-economic background my world is a crazy place. You are invited to join in the laughs, the cries and the sheer madness of me.
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SUPRENT Corded Hair Clippers for Men - Review
I brought these hair clippers from Amazon.co.uk and now I am here to review.
The price of them when I brought them was £26 so it was not that bad considering how much that came with it including size guiders, scissors, bibb, side clip guides, and hair clips. However, I found out why it was so cheap.
Some of the items that were supposed to be in the box did not arrive with it and one of the size guides was very flimsy and broke.
The worst part of this product was the actual clipper itself. I used it twice. The first time the clipper got hot when I used it but it was bearable. The second time I used it I ended up having to handle it with a tea towel because it got to the point I thought that I would burn my hand. I had to finish cutting my hair nail scissors because I did not dare use it any longer. Whilst using it as well there started to have a smell of burning. It also did not do a proper shave and had to go over areas again and again. This is not good for people who want to cut their hair.
This could be that I got a faulty one but it is not good enough. I had to call Amazon and refused to put it back in the post because, if there is faulty wiring it would be dangerous for it to be posted. It could cause a fire hazard.
Honestly, I would not buy this product again. After two uses this is not good enough for a product. It is very telling that the price has now been reduced by £6.00.
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So, I have seen this term batted around social media, in the street, and used by people who do not really understand what Neurodiversity is. The term that I am talking about is Neuro Divergent. So let me give you the download for this term. Neurodiversity covers a wide range of conditions including Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia, Dysgraphia, and Autism to name a few. (the notable point is that under the term autism many other conditions exist like Aspergers). Those who do not have a Neuro Diverse condition are called Neuro Typical. Neuro Diversity is simply people whose brains think differently. If you are of a certain age you will remember Rain Man and if your not of my age you would think about shows like The Good Doctor which emphasizes neurodiversity. The "normal" term for those people with any one of these conditions is neurodiverse or neurodiversity. However, as we have seen in all facets language changes. An example of this is the Q being added to the LGBTQ acronym.
As a kid, when it was your birthday you parents would tell you to "Make a wish" when you blew out your candles. I remember mine were always all over the place. I wanted to be a dancer, a singer, an actress, a soldier, a missionary, a teacher, a spy, a millionaire and many many things along this line. Somehow the transition into adulthood changes a person and what means most to them. They go from wishing for aspirations to begging for instant gratification. How many women out there "wish" for Mr Right and settle for Mr Right Here? I was guilty of it too! The saddest thing for me to realise however is that my wishes are no longer about dreams but survival! In this last month of lockdown I have kept track of my wishes and it makes me sad. I will share some of the things I have wished for. 1) to win the lottery to be able to pay off my crippling debt. 2) if I don't win the lottery, a flood to destroy my flat so I can get a full pay out on my content insurance to cl