Everyone hates spending the night in the hospital but sometimes we get sick or need surgery and have no choice. I have had far too many hospital tests done and way too many surgeries for my liking that I couldn't even tell you exactly how many surgeries I have had and know it's around thirty … Continue reading What’s In My Hospital Bag?
Happy Valentine Day! For many people, this is a day to celebrate your love with your spouse but for a lot of disabled people who don't have that and never will, it can be a very sad day. When you are disabled finding a significant other is more difficult than if you were abled because … Continue reading What To Do On Valentine’s Day If Your Disabled And Single?
My hips are dislocated and I have always faced some kind of challenge because of that but when of them started to becoming painful which I will have surgery to correct it made everything twice as hard as it should be. We use our hips for almost everything like do from walking to bending over … Continue reading Things That Are Much Harder With Hip Pain
When you live with a disability you hear so many abled people say thinks about us that they legimately think is true but acutally is not true at. It is hard to live with disability because you are forced to put up with ablelism and it only makes it harder when you hear your friends … Continue reading Myths About The Disabled Community You Need To Stop Believing
If you are expecting to have surgery and know you are going to be down for a while you may be wondering what is the point of continuing your workout routine when it's all going to go to waste after you have surgery. You are just going to lose all those gains anyway so what … Continue reading What Is The Point Of Exercising Prior To Surgery?
I love Blogilates because her workouts are free and super effective but her products are nothing fabulous! The products are pretty but a little bit pricy which I can afford every once and a while but not something I am going to do on a regular basis. When you are disabled one of the many … Continue reading How Can You Make Fitness More Accessible For Disabled People?
Mobility aids and assistive devices infinitely improve the lives of disabled and chronically people but unfortunately many don’t see it that way. When people see someone using an assistive device there is so much negativity around them and people often assume around lives are horrible because of our devices but it’s because of them that … Continue reading Why I Celebrate Assistive Devices
After waiting over a year for a new wheelchair Karly was finally able to get one! Karly's wheelchair is her greatest accessibility tool and when places are not accommodating of her wheelchair it can be really frustrating because instead of having fun like everyone else she has to sit on the sidelines! Accessibility does not … Continue reading Guest Post: Three Times Inaccessibility Had A Negative Impact On My Life
This is my pilates ring I bought several years ago and it's really simple all you do is press this two little button on the side and it bounces back at you adding a lot of resistance to your muscles. This ring is extremely light weight that if you wanted to you could let your … Continue reading Fitness Equipment You Can Get Disabled People
Disabled people are one of the most underrepresented groups in films and on television that it is nearly impossible to find a tv show that accurately represents the disabled community. Most movies have the same storyline which is disabled people are depressed and commit suicide or are cured of their disability. You may think that … Continue reading How Filmmakers Get Disability Wrong