Welcome to interactive post day…or more advise from the refrigerator zone…

Today I am inviting those who are following my posts to share ideas or simple things in your life that give you inspiration. What reminds you of the big picture and keeps you focused on critical matters instead of being distracted by the business of trivial??

I have a magnet on my fridge that reads:

“Without deviation from the norm progress is not possible” – Frank Zappa

and another that reads:

“Who says I want to fit it?”

What inspires you?


30 Days of Autism is a project designed to fight stigma, promote civil rights, and increase understanding and acceptance for those who process and experience the world differently.

© Leah Kelley, Thirty Days of Autism, (2011)

About Leah Kelley, Ed.D.

Leah Kelley, M.Ed, Ed.D., Writer, Consultant, Activist, Speaker, and Educator, working with Teacher Candidates at UBC. Authors blog: 30 Days of Autism. Projects support social understanding, Neurodiversity paradigm, Disability Justice, and connecting Disability Studies in Education(DSE)to Educational Practice. Twitter: @leah_kelley Facebook: 30 Days of Autism: Leah Kelley
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9 Responses to Welcome to interactive post day…or more advise from the refrigerator zone…

  1. Sara Maksim says:

    I love your blog!

    My fav sayings posted on my fridge are “time passes whether you do it or not” and “stick to the job until it sticks to you.”

    Wishing you a super happy day full of sunshine and smiles from those you love 🙂


    • Leah Kelley says:

      Thank you Sara… That means so much!
      I also LOVE your fridge sayings 🙂
      Sometimes it is the little things that keep us on track. I suppose this is a reminder that many of us benefit from visual strategies and positive messages to assist us in being resilient!!


  2. Monique Lousier says:

    There is a small slip of blue paper on my fridge that says,
    “Contentment consists not in great wealth, but in few wants.”
    I’m trying my best to live by that one (and teach it to my child as well) . . .


  3. Roberta Roxburgh says:

    Sometimes the questions are complicated and the answers are simple.”
    — Dr. Seuss
    Many times I make things way more complicated than they need to be. Spending time with H. helps me to see the answers in a different way.
    I wish you love and laughter as you skip along the road of happy destiny!


    • Leah Kelley says:

      Our lives are so rich because of our wonderful friends and family. We really appreciate the community that it takes to raise our child!! We are so much more because of your support!


  4. Angela Woods says:

    I think this blog is a wonderful idea–I just stumbled upon it on facebook–(Thanks,Monique!) My fridge philosophy is “LESS IS MORE” I try and remember this in work and play. I try and enjoy those small moments and appreciate every day!


  5. Margo says:

    I try to live by “Progress, not perfection.” when dealing with children. I think I am making progress in this quest…


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