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Tricks and Copes #3

Hello, people of the internet.  It’s been a while since I wrote a tricks and copes post.  By a while I mean it think that it’s been over a year.  Hopefully, you come here more for entertainment.  Today’s trick relates to telling right from left.  I don’t know about everyone with dyslexia, but I and several people that I have met who also have dyslexia have trouble with this.  This is something that I have worried about a lot when I was younger, mostly because it was a highly embarrassing thing back in middle school.  So today’s trick is (cue happy level up music). . .

RING ON THE RIGHT!

Or any kind of jewelry that you can glance at and remember if its on your right or left hand.  I personally wear tons of bracelets and one silver thumb right on my right hand.  This comes in particularly handy when driving.  Driving, for me at least, is already stressful enough without not knowing which way the GPS is telling you to turn.  If I wear my thumb ring, I can see it on the steering wheel without taking my eyes completely off the road.  So, it’s one less thing to worry about!

This is a super short blog post, but all the same please comment below if you also struggle with telling right from left.  Let me know if you have any tricks for that, or if you do something similar to me.

As always, keep it weird, guys.  Much Love, AK

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I'm a recent college graduate with dyslexia making my way in the world.

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