Day 3 of lockdown for some people Weeks 2 for disabled people While we're in the thick of a global pandemic￼ life as we once knew it￼ seems like a distant past ￼￼time. With washing your hands more going to be the new norm our routines will drastically change ￼from now on. The government have … Continue reading The importance of self-care in isolation
We come across plenty of moments in our life where we're doing nothing those in-between moments, thumb twiddling moments I like to call them. We can waste a lot of time in our thumb twiddling moments without even realising until we￼￼￼ find ourselves saying where did that hour will go￼. If you want to know … Continue reading Boosting Your Productivity
I maybe one of the rare breeds of girls growing up that wasn't really interested in barbie dolls when I was younger, I was more an outdoorsy ￼girl. I remember my grandparents having my aunties and mums old dolls in a little navy blue case but I never really had much interest they came out … Continue reading I have a wheelchair Barbie
Disclaimer: This is a paid post by AccessAble you can download their App by clicking this link Celebrating the success of women is exciting and powerful, shining a spotlight on the amazing women in the world. I like to think that I celebrate women every day, however, International Women’s Day on 8th March is a … Continue reading International women’s day
Is my marriage defined by my disability!? Even up to the day of saying I Do I asked hubby to be if he was totally sure that he wanted to marry me, not for your normal wedding jitter ￼reasons like do you really love me, will you be fateful, this is forever questions. None of … Continue reading Our marriage & Muscular Dystrophy
Being disabled isn't always easy, it's very easy to look into others worlds these days and say, I wish ￼￼my life was/Could be ........ Theses day's for people to compare themselves to others with ￼online platforms such as Instagram, Facebook￼, Snapchat. It's not unnatural to want to be someone else we spend our childhoods ￼dreaming … Continue reading How to stop comparing yourself to others!
I've spoken about my own struggles with my mental health ￼￼a couple of times on my blog, it's a subject I've grown more comfortable talking and writing about as time￼ has gone by, but it's also not always been that case. It has taken a long time along personality with a little help with therapy … Continue reading Ways to cope with Anxiety
Mindfulness it's about knowing directly￼what is going on inside and out ￼￼ourselves ￼and our lives. It's all about our awareness of our thoughts, feeling, behaviour and emotions so that we can allow ourselves to live in the present moment. How much do we really do to help ourselves and our mindfulness?? I can think of … Continue reading Mindfulness
I've written a few times about how not having an accessible home when you have a disability can be just as detrimental to your health as having a disability. Once you have an accessible home that works for you I.e wet room (walk in bathroom) wide doors, accessible kitchen with a rise and drop sides … Continue reading Accessibility within your home.
Say the word Included out loud ~ Now how easy was that to say!? but do you really feel it?? I'll totally hold my hand up (if I could!) and say; HELL NO! Why. Lot￼s of reason by here just a few. Lets start with my favourite subject toilets ~ And the lack of facilities … Continue reading A world where I feel Included.