Kayaking For Disabled People (Guest Post by Michelle Williams)

Kayaking for disabled people may seem like a strange sport, but it can be very beneficial to your health. Kayaking is very good exercise that has little or no impact on the body and you can learn many new skills while enjoying the great outdoors. If you are looking for a new experience, then kayaking,Continue reading “Kayaking For Disabled People (Guest Post by Michelle Williams)”

Interview with Laurie (Guest Post #24)

Hi everyone, Today’s blog post comes from my friend and fellow blogger, Laurie. Be sure to check out her blog and follow her on social media. What is your name? Laurie Age? 55 What is the name/cause of your visual impairment (or other disability that you may have)? Mental health issues such as chronic depressionContinue reading “Interview with Laurie (Guest Post #24)”

Interview with Ami (Guest Post #23)

Hi Everyone, today’s guest post is from Ami. Be sure to check out and follow her on social media. 🙂 What is your name (or blog/channel name)? My name is Ami and my blog is UndercoverSuperhero! Age? I’m 25 in January. What is the name/cause of your visual impairment (or other disabilities that you mayContinue reading “Interview with Ami (Guest Post #23)”

How my eating disorder fed off my Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) (part 1).

As I reluctantly looked in the mirror in my college bathroom,  I would glance at the toilet and back to the mirror, then back to the toilet, and then back to the mirror, as I pulled my long  blonde hair back into a ponytail.  Hurry up! Stick your fingers in your mouth! You’re fat! YouContinue reading “How my eating disorder fed off my Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) (part 1).”

Three tips to help improve handwriting

March is Cerebral Palsy awareness month. I have seen parents on many social media platforms raise concern about how Cerebral Palsy can affect their children’s handwriting. To help raise awareness, here is three tips to help improve your little one’s handwriting: Pick a teaching curriculum that is easy to follow and easy to teach. WhenContinue reading “Three tips to help improve handwriting”

A follower Asked….

A Facebook friend and follower who has Nystagmus, asked me to offer some tips on how to manage Nystagmus while you are sick. As always, I advise this friend and all my followers that If you are having any kind of medical or mental problems, please seek proper medical care. Even though I am notContinue reading “A follower Asked….”

Interview with Matt Harris (Guest Post #20) And a GIVEAWAY!

Matt is a good friend of mine. He writes amazing poetry. Be sure to enter the giveaway and follow Matt on social media. 🙂 Let’s start with the basics… What is your name? My name is Matt Harris, and I’m a fifty-nine-year-old poet—and author of Seeing Through Blindness. I live just outside of Baltimore, MD.Continue reading “Interview with Matt Harris (Guest Post #20) And a GIVEAWAY!”

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