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It’s okay to be angry

It’s okay to be angry

Last week, I wrote a small thread on Twitter. I was frustrated because it’d been a hard week. My wheelchair needs repaired, and insurance had denied it because I was already denied LAST YEAR. Yeah, that was literally their reasoning. “We already said no, stop […]

Tips for traveling with a disability

Tips for traveling with a disability

If I could tick just one thing off my bucket list, it’d be to travel. I’ve always daydreamed about going on an adventure, looking out a plane window to see fluffy white clouds, and exploring countries I’d only seen on tv. Every time my friends or […]

Escape Artists: Is it accessible? | Escape Room Review!

Escape Artists: Is it accessible? | Escape Room Review!

I’m originally from a small town in Pennsylvania where basically nothing ever happened and there was nothing fun nearby to do. Needless to say, I was pretty stoked when I moved to Florida. Suddenly I was so close to a city and tons of places […]

Finding financial control when you’re disabled

Finding financial control when you’re disabled

When you’re disabled, it can mean that you don’t have as much control over your life as you would if you were abled. Take me for an example, I have pretty little control over my body. With a disease like muscular dystrophy, your relationship with your […]

Feel good friendly reminders

Feel good friendly reminders

Somehow 2018 is halfway over and it’s been pretty brutal. Every time you log on and scroll through a news feed it’s just one terrible headline after another. Kids are in cages, racism is still alive and well, and our president continues to embarrass (and […]

Why Sense8 matters so much

Why Sense8 matters so much

It’s been a couple weeks since I watched the series finale of Sense8 and I still haven’t gotten over it. If I wasn’t hopelessly in love with binging shows on Netflix, I’d cancel my subscription just off principle for canceling such a good show. That’s […]

Money management tips for disabled freelancers

Money management tips for disabled freelancers

As a 26 year old, I can safely say that life is too expensive, especially as a disabled woman. Employers want to pay you as little as possible while the cost of living keeps skyrocketing. Meanwhile, landlords jack up the rent time after time just […]

5 easy ways to get the most out of your day!

5 easy ways to get the most out of your day!

As I’m writing this, I’m sitting next to a scribbled to do list of everything I need to get done today. I’m a terrible procrastinator with a million different interests with that not so healthy dose of anxiety so I think it’s safe to say […]

How to prepare for a hurricane when you’re disabled

How to prepare for a hurricane when you’re disabled

It’s hurricane season here in the sunshine state, which means it’s time for storm prepping! A lot of people wait until they know a storm is actually coming, my family included. After the wreck that was Irma, I’ve learned it’s best not to put it […]

Feeling anxious starting in the workplace

Feeling anxious starting in the workplace

Everybody gets a little bit nervous when starting a new job. It’s totally natural to think you’re going to struggle to fit in or that you’re going to completely fumble your first talk with your boss. Sometimes it’s a bit more than that, though. Like, I’m talking about […]