I love seeing how other people organize things and solve problems. Those what’s in your bag posts? Love them. For bedbound folks, the question is usually, what’s next to your bed? We want to know how folks set up their
I set an ambitious book goal for the year. I did not come even close to achieving it. The most important thing to know about my reading experience, is that it based on a game I like to call “library
I went to the movies for the first time in about 16 months! My friend and I met up at @thecinemapolis to see Downton Abbey. Fun, fluffy, entertainment. Last year I was lying in bed one day fantasizing about going out in
New wheels! I’m so excited to have gotten my first wheelchair! It took a lot of research, and I’m having a really mixed experience with it. Delight! Hope! Frustration! Sometime in the fall, I started having periodic fantasies of going
I spend about 90-95% of my time in bed. I’m able to get up to use the bathroom, grab something from the kitchen, get a book from the living room, but I don’t move around much more than that. And
Here’s the thing about having a really disabling chronic illness. It’s unpredictable. And very difficult to plan for the future. While I have several conditions, the one with the most dramatic impact on my life is ME/CFS. I could improve.
We are not shown many examples of disability in the media, and the ones that we are shown are often portrayed as tragic, or in the realm of inspiration porn. People seem to have an idea of disability as being
The Trump administration wants to use Facebook and other social media to help identify people who are receiving Social Security disability benefits without being truly disabled. Source: On Disability and on Facebook? Uncle Sam Wants to Watch What You Post