2019: More Movement, Patience and Positivity October Edition

Another month has come and gone. I am so shocked with how fast the year has been coming and going. Soon I will be telling you about the next theme for 2020. Movement I have been making some positive movement with life. I continue to exercise. This has helped me with my weight management andContinue reading “2019: More Movement, Patience and Positivity October Edition”

Disability Blogger Award

I was nominated by Rare Mama on Facebook for the disability blogger award. Here are the rules for the award: Thank your nominator Recognize Georgina from Chronillicles as the creator of the award Use logo somewhere in the post Answer your nominator’s questions Write 5-15 of your own questions – they don’t have to be illness related!Continue reading “Disability Blogger Award”

My top five suggested school supplies for Visually Impaired Students

Across the world many students are returning to the classroom. For some parents this may be the first time their child who has a visual impairment may be getting a formal education. I have seen on many support groups that you want to help your child be as successful as possible. To help with thisContinue reading “My top five suggested school supplies for Visually Impaired Students”

2019: More Movement, Patience, and Positivity-August Edition

As I sit here, I must admit I feel lost for words. This past month has come and gone with a blink of an eye. Movement, to be honest, I feel I am lacking. My weight loss journey has gone to a stop. I have been feeling slow and tired. One of the phrases thatContinue reading “2019: More Movement, Patience, and Positivity-August Edition”

Amanda Gene tries Candy from Canada

I was excited to receive a box of Canada treats to try. Thank you, Aunt Wendy, for the treats. 😊 The first candy I tried was a Big Foot Gros Pieds. The texture remined me of the fruit rollup snacks we have in America. I liked the fruit flavors of Banana, grape, and apple. IContinue reading “Amanda Gene tries Candy from Canada”

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