Category Archives: Differently Abled

Prepping for hurricanes when you’re disabled — Life with Spina Bifida

Prepping for a hurricane when you are disabled can cause a lot of anxiety. There is a lot of things disabled people have to think about that abled do not and it makes a lot of people nervous. Within the … Continue reading

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Life lessons only disabled people can teach you — Life with Spina Bifida

There are many lessons in life some lessons we learn the hard way and some we never learn. Both abled and disabled people can teach you important life lessons but did you know there are some life lessons a disabled … Continue reading

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My History With Exercise & How It Affects my Disability — Retrospective Lily

Hi, friends. In today’s post, I’ll share some of my history/experience with my disability and exercise, detailing how exercise can and can’t help me bear my condition and emphasizing the importance of consistency! My History With Exercise I have been … Continue reading

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My 1,500th Blog Post

Updated March 23, 2019 – realized I missed a category/topic. I am fast approaching blog post #1,500. As always, a big thank you to those who read my blog, follow me, like a post, or comment. It’s appreciated. If I … Continue reading

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Disability and chronic illness bloggers you need to follow right now! — Life with Spina Bifida

Do you love learning about various chronic illnesses and disabilities? Me too! I may have a lot of knowledge about Spina Bifida but have very limited knowledge about other chronic illnesses and disabilities because I don’t have them. Disabled bloggers … Continue reading

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Why I Post About Crowdfunding

Like it or not, Crowdfunding is a good way to go for individuals, businesses, and non-profits. There are limits, but some don’t get that aspect. I have seen campaigns with small goals, $300 – 500, fail and seen campaigns with … Continue reading

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Turning “I”llness to “We”llness — Prairie Independent Living Resource Center, Inc. (PILR)

Most times when we talk about disabilities we think physical and often leave out cognitive or intellectual disabilities. In a time where we are constantly talking about over stimulation and anxiety, it is important that we look at these disabilities … Continue reading

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The Bipolar Writer Needs Help… Again — The Bipolar Writer Mental Health Blog This is my GoFundMe under my real name David TC (I wasn’t sure if I could get the funds if I used my Pen Name James Edgar Skye.) Thank you in advance for donating! So, my goal is $300. … Continue reading

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Interesting Kickstarter Campaign – Mental Health Support Coloring Book for Children

When I logged into Kickstarter a few minutes ago, I saw this campaign: It has met its $5,000 goal with over $6,000 in pledges and the campaign runs through Thursday, January 17 2019 10:05 AM CST. It’s cool they … Continue reading

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Why You Shouldn’t Ask For/Give Legal Or Medical Advice

Standard Disclaimers: I am not a medical health professional and any comments I post are not intended, nor should they be construed, as medical advice. If you believe you are experiencing a medical emergency, dial 911 (where applicable) or contact … Continue reading

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