I don’t like the idea of asking for money, but as I have mentioned before I am autistic. The unemployment rate for autistic people is 90%, which is a really terrifyingly high number. I would love to have a job and a source of income, but I am not very optimistic that I will ever find a job that allows me to work from home with the flexible scheduling that I need. Additionally, it would be a dream come true to be able to turn advocacy into a job. If you can afford it and wish to support me, I will list some ways below that I accept donations.




Bitcoin (BTC)


Ethereum (ETH)


Basic Attention Token (BAT)


Stellar Lumens (XLM)


If you aren’t aware of how to buy and trade cryptocurrency, you can use this link to sign up to Coinbase, which makes it really easy to buy various cryptocurrencies (including all the ones listed above).

I have some referral links for services that I like and really recommend. If you’re interested, feel free to check them out (and please use my links to help support me!)


  • Brave Browser — If you use Google Chrome and you care about your privacy, you should try the Brave broser.
  • DigitalOcean — DigitalOcean is a ridiculously popular (rightfully so) server host. (Signing up with this link gets you $50 in credit over 30 days)
  • Ramnode — One of the best, cheap server hosts that I have used. Ridiculously stable servers and I love their quick support responses. Highly personally recommend them!
  • Linode — another reliable and popular server host.
  • Vultr — Yet another really good server host (Signing up with this link gets you $50 of credit to use)
  • WhatPulse — If you’re a nerd that wants to know how many times you’ve clicked your mouse or pushed the keys on your keyboard…WhatPulse is exactly the right app to do that.



  • Google Fi — Google’s cell phone provider with simple, transparent billing that I am a happy customer of.
  • Coinbase — A Cryptocurrency wallet.
  • Robinhood — Stock market investing, made easy.
  • Acorns — An easy way to invest.
  • Chime — Chime Bank.


  • Todoist — Help keep your tasks in check with a great to-do list app.
  • LastPass — It’s important to keep your passwords safe. I love how easy Lastpass makes password security.
  • RescueTime — Track your productivity with this computer & phone app.

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