2021:More Life, Peace and Goodness-February Edition

February came and went very quickly. There was a lot of Life, Peace and Goodness in it. Life is one of the words I’ve heard most often. I decided to attend my first Nystagmus Network conference this year. So far, we only have dates of the conference but nothing else. I am excited to findContinue reading “2021:More Life, Peace and Goodness-February Edition”

Learning to plan and being thankful

Let us face it, coping with the pandemic and being visually impaired while running a business can be quite tricky. This past week I have been off schedule because I got sick, and no it is not the Coronavirus, so what I thought I had planned did not come out. There is always next weekContinue reading “Learning to plan and being thankful”

Five ways my dog has helped me grow…

On Monday, Duke, my Pit Bull Terrier turned five. So, in honor of his fifth birthday here are five ways he helped me grow. He taught me to love the Pit Bull Terrier breed. Before I adopted Duke, I had only seen the Pit Bull Terrier on TV. When Duke bounced into the house, IContinue reading “Five ways my dog has helped me grow…”

2021: More Life, Peace and Goodness-January Edition

January seemed to pass by so quickly. I am taking life one day at a time. This month I decided to take life by its horns and really attack my depression and anxiety. One way I did this was to go through my room and I decided to donate some items to people in need.Continue reading “2021: More Life, Peace and Goodness-January Edition”

When Nystagmus Makes Me Sad

On Monday, a friend and I were talking about our experiences when it comes to our vision loss. We were talking about how some professionals, like eye doctors, have told me that I was saying that I have problems seeing print for attention. As many of you know, I have Nystagmus that make my eyesContinue reading “When Nystagmus Makes Me Sad”

Mental Health Plans, A Blood Test, and Peace

Last week was my third session with my therapist. My therapist and I talked about my diagnosis. My therapist diagnosed me with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). I had the diagnosis when I was a teenager. My therapist thinks I have PTSD due to losing my mother at a young age and being bullied. Under Post-TraumaticContinue reading “Mental Health Plans, A Blood Test, and Peace”

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