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
The world we live in is not accessible for disabled people! Disabled people are always having to workaround inaccessibility and it is really frustrating because some of the things we struggle with because of inaccessibility are not fair and would be so easy fix if we would just take the time to listen to disabled … Continue reading How can the world be more accessible?
When you are disabled there are some things you are more aware of than abled person is because you have to be. Since abled people don't struggle as much as people with physical disabilities sometimes they make the life a person with a physical disability harder with realizing it. A disaster can happen to anyone … Continue reading Things you could be doing that could be making a disabled person’s life harder
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 are disabled or are expecting a disabled child your first instinct is usually to do a bunch of google searches and find out as much as you can about that disability. Google searches are great if you want to learn more about a disability or are trying to find a doctor that specializes … Continue reading What Google can’t tell you about disability
Accessibility does not end at ramps and when you are not easily accessible for a disabled person we feel excluded and it can have a huge negative impact on us. There have been a few times when Karly has had to deal with inaccessibility and today she explains how it negatively affected her. Growing … Continue reading Guest post: Three times inaccessibility had a negative impact on my life
Wheelchair users are often very frustrated by some of the things that are said or done by abled people. Abled people often times don't mean to frustrate wheelchair users but more often than not that is what they end up doing without realizing it. I am only a part-wheelchair so there aren't quite as … Continue reading Seven things that frustrate wheelchair users
Whenever my abled friends are talking about fitness they always stop talking about it when I enter the room because they think my fitness regime is totally different from theirs's and that I can't relate to it. Yes, there may be some things I may not be able to relate to but there are a … Continue reading Four things disabled people can relate to about fitness
Staying warm can be a struggle this time of year especially if you are physically disabled. Most people are frantically going through everything in their closet to try to find something to stay warm but for most physically disabled people the choices they may have may be significantly less than if you were abled. Some … Continue reading How to stay warm when you are physically disabled
If you are expecting a child with Spina Bifida then you may be spending a lot of time on google to try to get as much information as you can about it! Although I do agree that when you have or are expecting a child with Spina Bifida learning about the condition is so important … Continue reading Bringing hope for Spina Bifida warriors
Accessibility does not end at ramps and if you don't know someone with a physical disability you may be thinking "my home is pretty accessible." Your home may be less accessible than you realize because unless you live with someone who is physically disabled you may not fully understand some of the accommodations they may … Continue reading How disability friendly is your home?
One of the most annoying phrases that abled people say to the disabled is that "you're so inspiring!" In most cases, when they tell a person with a disability they are inspiring it is because they think they need a compliment. Here a few reasons why you should not tell a person with a disability … Continue reading You’re so inspiring!