There are many blogs written by autistic bloggers.
Some autistic bloggers write about their life as an autistic adult, others provide information on topics related to autism, or they provide services to autistic adults to help them improve their lives.
I’ve created a list of 5 blogs by autistic adults, specifically autistic women, you might not have seen before. Each of them provides a unique value for the autistic community.
Top 5 Autism Blogs
1. Expand Yu: Learning and growing on our own terms
As an autistic adult, Yuuchi Morales saw a need for resources to help the neurodivergent improve their lives and productivity, so they created the website Expand Yu.
Expand Yu is full of productivity tips and inspiration. They even provide a one-on-one service to help you discover your strengths and goals. Their services are specifically for the neurodivergent.
2. Finding Hope
Lauren Alex Hooper writes about her life as an autistic woman, singer-songwriter, and a university student working towards her Masters in songwriting.
You can read more on Lauren’s blog Finding Hope.
3. Kassidy Hall: A trans autistic perspective of money & financial independence
Kassidy Hall blogs about her life as a transgender autistic woman and her journey towards financial independence.
She has a plethora of interests including science fiction, short stories, and electronic music.
Kassidy also has an impressive 10 year career history in IT.
You can read more about Kassidy Hall on her blog.
4. Eccentricity Me
Erica Sea writes about her life growing up in remote Africa in the early 1960s.
After discovering she was autistic later on in life after a suggestion from her psychiatrist, Erica decided to write her memoir through a blog.
You can read more about her journey through life on her blog, Eccentricity Me.
5. Riko’s Blog: PDA and more
Riko Riyuki blogs about life with Pathological Demand Avoidance, which she states on her blog is a subtype of Autism. She also writes about Autism, Sensory Processing Disorder, and Anxiety.
You can read more about Pathological Demand Avoidance on Riko’s Blog: PDA and more.
Riko also has a Facebook page where you can stay updated on her latest posts.
These are the 5 Blogs by Autistic Women Worth Following
All of these autistic women are knowledgeable, inspirational, and talented. They share their stories to help other autistic people feel connected to another autistic person, and as a personal outlet to discuss what is going on in their lives.
These women all have interesting stories to tell about their life with autism.
I hope you have enjoyed this list and find some inspiration.