Disclaimer: Today I will be reviewing a product that I purchased and ended up really enjoying. I was not compensated for buying this product or writing this review so all opinions are my own! I truly felt that this review could benefit you in some way if you are looking for a new hobby. I … Continue reading I found a new hobby!
Whenever I am out and people see my wheelchair usually someone's first instinct is your disability doesn't define who you are or you can do anything you put your mind to. Yes, I'll give you that my disability doesn't define who I am as a person. What I will never understand is why you would … Continue reading A few things that my disability has taken from me
As some of you know my blog exists because most all my friends were very negative and I needed a support group that was positive and supportive of my goals. Having negative friends can make you feel depressed and affect you in more ways than you realize. One friend, in particular, stands out because we … Continue reading The friend who caused some serious emotional damage contacted me and what she said was shocking!
Selfcare is extremely important for your mental health and it's crucial that we make time for it! Often times we spend more time trying to improve the lives of others than we take for ourselves and although there is nothing with wanting to help someone in need and you should want to do that but … Continue reading Easy Self-Care Tips You Need To Incorporate Into Your Lifestyle!
It is Pain Awareness Month and since living with chronic migraines my days have never been the same. Before I get into anything let me shed some light on some statistics did you know that fifty million people in the United States have chronic pain and twenty million of those people have pain so severe … Continue reading A Day In The Life Of A Chronic Migraineur!
Writing has never been my strong suit so starting a blog would have been one of the last things I would ever think I would want to get into. I can just remember being told when I was in school that writing and grammar weren't important and I was never going to use it! Boy, … Continue reading Five things I would do differently if I had to start over
Prepping for a hurricane when you are disabled can cause a lot of anxiety. There is a lot of things disabled people have to think about that abled do not and it makes a lot of people nervous. Within the next couple of days, hurricane Dorian is expected to hit Florida(which is the area I … Continue reading Prepping for hurricanes when you’re disabled
There is no secret that positive people are more fun to be around but to be honest sometimes it's hard to be positive. Bad things happen to good people every day sometimes it just isn't fair! Unfortunate events happen to more to some people than others and we often ask ourselves why? I can't give … Continue reading How to have a positive mindset
Take a minute to think back to a really long exhausting workday. Do you remember how exhausted you were and how much you just wanted to get into bed? Now imagine having to repeat that same exhausting shift every day for a month with minimal rest. Exhausting right? Well, that is a small fraction of … Continue reading How To Cope With Chronic Fatigue
Just before I went on vacation I deleted all my personal social media accounts and lots of people of been wondering why? Blogging can take more time than most people realize and when you have personal accounts you have to manage on time of that it can take away the little time you do have … Continue reading I deleted all my personal accounts! Why?
Depression and anxiety are often overlooked and misunderstood as sadness or not getting out enough. There is so much more to depression and anxiety than just being sad or lonely all the time and unfortunately, it is more complicated than that and there is much more to it. If you have depression or anxiety and … Continue reading Mental health bloggers, you need to be following!
When I was in school I always felt left out because there was always some activity I couldn't do. Very rarely were their appropriate modifications so most of the time I just ended up watching my classmates do some fun activity. Finding friends was difficult because my classmates always thought I was the weird girl … Continue reading How teachers can better connect with their disabled students