Privileges abled people take for granted

  Some tasks an abled person may do without thinking but for some disabled people those tasks are either not possible or can only be done with assistance. An abled person might view these things as simple tasks but a disabled person who cannot do them may see it a little differently. Here are a … Continue reading Privileges abled people take for granted

Common myths about people with disabilities

People tend to make a lot of assumptions when they see a person with a physical disability. Why are they disabled? What is their life-like? Sometimes these misconceptions can be hurtful and affect your relationship with somebody so this doesn't happen here are few common myths about people with physical disabilities. People with disabilities are … Continue reading Common myths about people with disabilities

Qualities of good abled friends

  One of my viewers approached me and said "hey Sarah I loved your tips on how to move on when a long-lasting friendship falls apart" could you do something on qualities of good abled friends? That got me thinking what a great idea because although I have had a few friendships not work out … Continue reading Qualities of good abled friends

Blog milestone: 5000 pageviews!

  We did it! We hit 5000 page views in my first year of blogging which I didn't think was ever going to happen. Getting views on your blog is hard and if you run a blog you understand that. But in my experience gaining confidence in my writing has been much harder. So everyone … Continue reading Blog milestone: 5000 pageviews!

How do we complete challenging tasks?

  Have you ever wondered how disabled people complete everyday tasks? Most tasks that abled people do disabled people also have to do they just may have a more difficult time completing them. Since Karly and my disabilities are so different we collaborated and put together a few everyday tasks that we have difficulty with … Continue reading How do we complete challenging tasks?

Workouts for those who have limited mobility and wheelchair users

Disclaimer: I am not a fitness professional and the following workouts are ones that I have personally benefited from. With any type of workout, there is always the possibility of getting injured I am not liable for any of these injuries. If you attempt these workouts you are doing so at your own risk.    … Continue reading Workouts for those who have limited mobility and wheelchair users

When your disability has been represented wrongly on social media

    Have you seen the migraine pose on Instagram? Last month was headache and migraine awareness month but instead of celebrating our migraine and headache warriors Elle magazine decided to mock the migraine community by taking a bunch of selfies of themselves as if they had a migraine. This is representing the migraine community … Continue reading When your disability has been represented wrongly on social media