Loving Yourself Through Pain And Disability

Happy Valentine's Day!¬† When you are disabled or have chronic pain it can be difficult to love yourself because how can you when you struggle with so much? You wake up and go to bed in bed so what is there to love? There are lots of things to love about yourself but if you … Continue reading Loving Yourself Through Pain And Disability

How Do I Prepare For An Abdominal Surgery?

Noone likes to hear that they will need surgery but when you are disabled sometimes that is the reality of life and you may need quite a few while others none are required. It depends on what disability you have and if you have Spina Bifida how many surgeries you have will depend on what … Continue reading How Do I Prepare For An Abdominal Surgery?

Health Update And Planned Blogging Break

In a little over two weeks, I am having surgery and for those of you following me on Twitter, you would know that because I put out a call on Monday for guest bloggers since I will be inactive on my blog and social media beginning Monday, February 24th. I didn't think I was going … Continue reading Health Update And Planned Blogging Break

Bad Blogging Habits You Need To Break

If you are a blogger whether it's fulltime or parttime it is likely you invest a lot of time into your blog like hours and hours daily. If you are like me and pour your heart and soul into your blog but don't do much of anything else other than improving your blog then it … Continue reading Bad Blogging Habits You Need To Break

Consider Yourself Lucky: It Could Be Cancer

When you are disabled or have chronic pain people often say things to you that can sound rude or insensitive. Sometimes people don't know any better and truly do mean and other times I truly don't understand what led me, people, to think that these comments would be okay. When you say at least you … Continue reading Consider Yourself Lucky: It Could Be Cancer

A Few Times I Had Support From My Friends

Today is Karly's birthday and for those of you who have been following my blog for any length of time or know anything about our friendship, you would know we are super close. Karly is like a sister to me but it has not always been easy an easy road because people have tried to … Continue reading A Few Times I Had Support From My Friends

Lessons I learned from my four abled sisters

There is something that you can learn from pretty much anybody whether they are disabled or abled! Not everyone will be able to give you the same type of advice because some people may have experienced certain things so they won't be qualified to give some pieces of advice. An abled person may not be … Continue reading Lessons I learned from my four abled sisters

How to manage pain without medication

When you have chronic pain it is likely you will be prescribed some sort of medication to manage your chronic pain. For the most part, the medication your doctor prescribes will be reliable and prevent any bad pain flares but it is not perfect and sometimes it fails you and you're in excruciating pain for … Continue reading How to manage pain without medication

Finding the Joy in Physical Fitness

When you are disabled or a wheelchair user you will have limitations to what types of workouts you are able to do but working out is not completely out of the question for some disabled people. Disabled people just do them differently and instead of running on the treadmill to get a good cardio workout … Continue reading Finding the Joy in Physical Fitness

Why I created a disability-focused blog

When you decide you want to become a blogger one of the most important questions bloggers have to ask themselves is what do I blog about? There are so many different types of blogs such as fitness, lifestyle, politics, blogging, healthy living and even gardening blogs the possibilities are endless! When I first launched my … Continue reading Why I created a disability-focused blog