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Guest Posting

I welcome guest post on Stuff With Thing from personal bloggers (or non-bloggers who wish to share their story).

 

If you would like to guest post on Stuff With Thing please read the guidelines below and email your guest post to Marita at admin@stuffwiththing.com

 

Guest Post Guidelines:

  • Stuff With Thing is a blog about Life, the Universe and Autism. Whilst Autism is the topic of  the majority of my posts I welcome guests posts on other topics.
  • Your post must be unique and not published elsewhere.
  • You can include up to two relevant links in your post.
  • An image can be included, please attribute source if the image is not your own, preferable size 300x400px.
  • Guest post may be edited; you will be advised prior to publication of any editing changes.
  • Please include a short bio with your guest post including link to your blog and facebook, twitter, google+.
  • Guest posts will not be published immediately as all blog posts on Stuff With Thing are scheduled in advanced, you will however be notified in advance of the publication date.

Submission of a guest post is not a guarantee of publication – I will advise you as soon as possible if I am unable to publish your post on Stuff With Thing.

 

 

5 Responses to "Guest Posting"

I stumbled across your webpage today and just wanted to feedback how great it is. I am an occupational therapist working with families after they receive a diagnosis of ASD and while they are on extensive wait lists for services. I can’t wait to share this resource with them.

Thanks for the laughs.

Hello,

Does anyone have any social stories or social scripts to help a 6th grade boy with anxiety around the Holidays? esp. in regards to having to entertain cousins and let them play with his things (esp. video games)

thank you

I came across your page looking for ideas for my son’s Trash Pack 4th birthday coming up – I have to say OMG! all your ideas are fantastic and very very helpful!
Thank you so much, will be now a regular, coming back and checking out your stuff :-)

Thank you so much :)

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