Happy National Migraine and Headache Awareness Month! According to the American Migraine Association, one billion people worldwide are living with a migraine disorder. Wow, who knew that so many people were living with such a debilitating disease that had such an impact on your life. When you have a migraine or headache disorder people often … Continue reading How To Stay Active When You Have a Headache or Migraine Disorder
People often will tell you to pay attention to your nutrition and to hit the gym to stay healthy. If you can you totally should put in your best effort to do that but what if you don't want to? I love my workout routine but sometimes I don't want to do it ask myself … Continue reading How To Motivate Yourself To Get In Shape When You Just Don’t Want To
When you are disabled surgery is often required to keep your body healthy and to prevent any serious medical issues for some people. Not disabled people will need tons of surgeries but for some disabilities, there may be little to no surgeries that can be done to help improve your quality of life so you … Continue reading What Your Doctor Won’t Tell You About Your Next Surgery
As we get into warmer weather it that time of year when the heat will trigger more migraines. I have been doing so well for about two months with barely any attacks until last week and I had several days when I slept all day and probably only exercised once maybe twice when I am … Continue reading What I Do On Bad Pain Days
When you are a new blogger the first year of blogging is usually exciting and pretty easy. New bloggers have all kinds of ideas for content they want to create but as time goes on and you get into years two and three some of the motivation starts to fade because you run out of … Continue reading When you start to lose blogging motivation
If you are disabled then you can probably agree that leaving your house and going anywhere can be very stressful because of inaccessibility. Many places claim they are accessible when there not and it's almost pointless to call and ask if they are accessible because almost always will they say yes even if the only … Continue reading How Restaurants Can Be More Accessible For Disabled People
Mother's Day is Sunday and if you have been struggling financially it might not be in the budget to get your mom a fifty dollar bouquet of flowers. Mom's love flowers and will appreciate it if you get them a nice bouquet of flowers but not everyone can afford it and if you can't don't … Continue reading What Can I Do For My Mom When I Am Poor?
In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, I thought I would reshare this post where I compiled a list of my favorite bloggers that write about all things mental health. If you are struggling during this pandemic it can put a toll on your mental health but remember mental health is just as important as … Continue reading Mental health bloggers, you need to be following!
It's a new month which means new opportunities and time to set new goals! If you fell off the wagon last month with your goals that is okay it happens to everyone but now is the time time to start fresh. You can always improve yourself in some way so every month I look at … Continue reading What I Do Every Month To Set Myself Up For Success
As many of you know I have epilepsy and with having seizures it can sometimes be frustrating because they can be unpredictable and you could be doing everything right and still have one. If you are taken your medication on schedule and have proper nutrition the chances of having one are much lower than if … Continue reading What happens after a seizure?