Accepting Your Scars: How I Learned To Accept My Scars

When you have a chronic condition sometimes you will have either one big long scar or many small ones from either the result of a medical condition or lots of surgeries to maintain a condition. Whatever the reason is or if you have one or one-hundred scars it is never easy to have to learn … Continue reading Accepting Your Scars: How I Learned To Accept My Scars

How To Keep Your Friends When You Have Political Differences

We are in a election year and we are weeks are away from one the most important decisions of your lives so hopefully you take this seriously and execute that right and are registered to vote! Voting is a great privilege but unfornately get so involved with their politics and get mean and let their … Continue reading How To Keep Your Friends When You Have Political Differences

Everything You Need To Know About Spina Bifida

October is Spina Bifida Awareness Month! When you are a new parent expecting a child with Spina there is a lot of uncertainty. Spina Bifida is the most common disabling permanent birth defect affecting approximately one hundred sixty-six thousand people in the United States but even with it being so common people still tell me … Continue reading Everything You Need To Know About Spina Bifida

How Do I Write A Blog Post?

People often tell me that they want to start a blog but they haven't because they don't know how to write one which is kind of ridiculous to say because you can write a blog post however you want. This is such a silly thing to say especially if you are in college and have … Continue reading How Do I Write A Blog Post?

Why I Am Not Doing Blogtober

This year seems like it has been flying by even with all the craziness because how it October in a few days! Many of you have probably heard of Blogtober and if you are a blogger maybe considering doing it. For those of you who aren't familiar with this Blogtober is a challenge that many … Continue reading Why I Am Not Doing Blogtober

What Can You Do When You’re Stuck In The Bathroom For A Really Long Time?

When you have a chronic condition like I do you rely on bowel routines to work and they usually do but nothing is perfect and sometimes it fails us. It's no secret that it takes me some time to have a bowel movement and requires some equipment for that to happen but usually, within an … Continue reading What Can You Do When You’re Stuck In The Bathroom For A Really Long Time?

Why Do We Put So Much Pressure On All Women To Have Kids?

Let's get real why do people put so much pressure on woman having children? I mean seriously what is the rush? I am not saying you should or shouldn't have kids because I wouldn't be writing this post if my mom decided not to have them but why do we need to make all women … Continue reading Why Do We Put So Much Pressure On All Women To Have Kids?

How To Kick Your Caffeine Addiction

Do you have a caffeine addiction? If you drink more coffee than you do water you probably do! There is nothing wrong with drinking one or two cups of coffee a day but if you are drinking more coffee than water it can cause some health issues. When I was in high school, I drank … Continue reading How To Kick Your Caffeine Addiction

Things To Think About Before You Say “You’re So Retarded”

Has a friend or family member ever offended you by the language they use? Sometimes, people, we are close to may offend us with the language they use without even realizing how wrong it is. Calling someone retarded is very offensive to the developmentally and intellectually disabled and should not be in your vocabulary. Before … Continue reading Things To Think About Before You Say “You’re So Retarded”

Guest Post: Chronic Illness As An Expat: My Chronic Illness Story

My blog is all about educating you about different disabilities and conditions. Chronic illnesses and disabilities are very different but very important subjects so I asked my friend Alessia to tell her story about living with a chronic illness. Being diagnosed with a chronic illness is a daunting experience. While often not fatal, it changes … Continue reading Guest Post: Chronic Illness As An Expat: My Chronic Illness Story