If you are disabled or chronically ill you probably have heard of the pain scale and are very familiar with it! The pain scale is in pretty much all doctor's offices so even if you aren't disabled you probably have heard of this method but just in case you haven't I will educate on what … Continue reading The pain scale: Why do I loathe this method?
Summer is a joyous time of year because we get to spend more time with our families! For many bloggers, it is also a very stressful time because people are out having fun and not reading our posts that we have poured our heart and soul into. Our blogging schedules remain the same, and the … Continue reading How to get blog growth during slow season
There are many life lessons that you will learn throughout your life! Some you will learn the hard way some you will never learn and continuously do the same mistake over and over again! That is the beauty of life there are so many lessons to be learned there is never a dull moment! Both … Continue reading Life Lessons only a disabled person can teach you
It's that time of year again when bloggers are getting nominated for many different types of awards! I had pretty much accepted that I was a small blogger and that I was probably never going to win one or least not for a very long time! Yesterday to my surprise I was nominated by Jordyn … Continue reading My first award: Sunshine blogger award
Supporting someone with chronic pain can be difficult if you don't live in pain. Chronic pain sufferers learn how to cope with their pain and often times because we don't look like we are in pain so people assume we aren't! Friday is my birthday and although it will probably be a pretty good day … Continue reading All I want for my birthday is some pain relief!
Noone likes to take time off of work because of something like the flu and unfornately most people don’t take time off when they are sick because they can’t afford to and may want to us those sick days as added vacation time. Longer vacations are always nice but if you are sick all the […]
When you are abled sticking to a weight loss plan is difficult but when you have limited mobility it is even more difficult. People with limited mobility may not be able to work out the same way as an abled person can if at all so losing weight is really difficult and may take you … Continue reading How to lose weight when you’re disabled
When you get an interview for your dream job it can be really exciting! The interview could have gone well and maybe you thought you had it in the bag but then you get that dreaded email saying we are looking into other candidates. What you thought was a potential job opportunity has now just … Continue reading How to get past job rejection
It is migraine and headache awareness month! Migraines are invisible and often times misunderstood as a bad headache. Migraines are debilitating and often times you cannot function and can last for up to four to seventy-two hours depending on the severity of the migraine. Headaches can be a huge inconvenience but generally don't last that … Continue reading Five things you should never say to migraineurs
When you are a new blogger the first year of launching your blog is usually pretty easy. New bloggers have all kinds of ideas for content they want to create but as time goes on and you get into year two and three you may start to lose some of that motivation because you may … Continue reading When you start to lose motivation to blog
When you are disabled there will be some things you will not be able to do for yourself and sometimes may have to ask for help. If you have a physical disability and are dependent on others sometimes you may start to feel bad having to ask for help all the time. Asking for help … Continue reading How to live life with guilt from a disability
When you are in high school often times you think the people you hang out with every day are going to be your life-long friends. Unfortunately, that is not always the case and most of the people you hang out with in high school you will never see again after you graduate. From my high … Continue reading Lessons I learned from three failed friendships