Music has always been one of the most important influences in my life. I can remember getting Backstreet Boys tapes to play in my boombox, and then cds for my discman when I was just a little older. I remember when I was 10 and […]
Disability, lifestyle, and nerdy thoughts.
We’re always told that we shouldn’t hold on to clutter. We’re encouraged to be minimalist in our decor, keeping our homes ruthlessly neat and tidy. Needless to say, this rigorous approach is not for everyone. I know it’s definitely not for me! While a perfectly […]
As you all probably know, February is Black History Month. I thought pretty hard about the kind of post I wanted to write today that would do this month justice. As a white disabled woman, I know that I have the privilege to be heard […]
Do you ever feel like you’re stuck in a rut? It sucks, but the good thing is you’re not alone. If you’re not doing something that excites you, then it’s time to make a change. If you’ve always admired others who’ve pursued their dreams then […]
Every day when I clock into my shift, the first thing I have to do is check my email to see if I’ve gotten any QC’s back. QC’s are reports from my team leads after they’ve reviewed my work so I can see what mistakes […]
Today is my 26th birthday! All month long, I’ve been reading tweets from people who hate the month of January. It’s long, it’s cold, and it makes people sad. Sometimes when you’re bummed and time feels like it’s dragging, it can be hard to find […]
Here’s a question: why, in 2018, do people still seem to lose the ability to have a normal conversation with someone who has a disability? What is it about my wheelchair that causes random people to forget what manners are or what acceptable small talk […]