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Thank you all for joining us! I personally had a hard physical night, and having cool people to chat with made it much better :)

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Coffeee tiiiiiiime! We're opening up our jitsi chat for the Emperor Norton Coffee Hour! After we caffeine up, we'll be doing shenanigans for the rest of the night :) come join us! meet.jit.si/CircusHomeGym

Thank you all for joining us :) I don't know who shared us with the fosstodon crew, but it was lovely to meet some new people! We'll be back on Wednesday!

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Tired of *the world*? come play with us at . We're making an effort to keep it politics free, like we typically do. I hear that there will be mad engineering, and we'll be bringing some shenanigans as well. meet.jit.si/CircusHomeGym

And it's FRIDAY :)
So that means it's time for the Emperor Norton Coffee Hour!
Join us for some chatting and coffee, and/or shenanigans during the rest of the night!

meet.jit.si/CircusHomeGym

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Things I did not know:

My #clown partner has a Fire Ferrets shirt that she hand made, and intends to wear to tonight's #CircusInPlace video chat.

Come for the shirt, stay for the shenanigans.

We start an hour early tonight, so we can have a coffee with our #fediverse friends. See you there!

Tonight at 7pm UTC-5:
meet.jit.si/CircusHomeGym

And we're done for the evening. Thank you all for joining in, it was a wonderful night it felt like we did good :)

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Ok, this time we really expect to actually stay up late. We did end up wrapping it up a bit early on Monday, so I'm not promising anything other than shenanigans. But shenanigans of some kind there will be!

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and once again we're late to our own gym night! But we'll see you there!! (and we'll be there till quite late) meet.jit.si/CircusHomeGym

Mental Health, Neurodiversity, suggest a book book list! 

ADD-Friendly Ways to Organize Your Life, by Judith Kolberg and Kathleen Nadeau.
My copy is from 2002, so it's not the most up-to-date resource, and it oversells itself a bit, but it gave me a lot of ways to work with my ADD, and many of them I still use. It was one of the first places I saw the idea that it was ok for me to need and get support from others around me, and explained how to get that support, without feeling like a burden.

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Mental Health, Neurodiversity, suggest a book book list! 

Inspired by another toot, what are books that have really helped you work *with* your brain? Neurodivergencies overlap so much, I think it's worthwhile to make a list that's inclusive to all mental health stuff. Can you give me a book or website that helped you, with a quick summary of what it really helped you with?

Note, that URL is wrong!

#CircusInPlace is at this URL:

meet.jit.si/CircusHomeGym

My apologies for my terrible thumb typing. Every time @Avalon stands in my hands I'm convinced they get a little wrose...er, worse.

See you tonight!

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Does anyone have any suggestions for homeworks strategies for a 9-year-old with attention deficit disorder? How to increase focus? How to help him to be better organized. I need a list quick tips.

Blast from the past! I was downloading copies of videos from my old youtube channel so I can shut it down, but then found this video posted by a fan (my dad) of that one time I was in a rock band. yewtu.be/watch?v=RoRG3guioNg

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