Most products that we use everyday are made to make life easier. Accessibility aids and adaptive products are not just for disabled or people with limited mobility, they can benefit everyone! Today on the blog I am sharing a number of items that I have come across over the years that make my life easier.
Tag: Chronic Medical Condition
Boundaries For When People Ask Questions About Your Health
It’s inevitable that when you get sick, you are going to be inundated with questions about your health. Some of these questions you won’t know how to respond to and some may make you feel uncomfortable. Here is a little pep talk and some ideas to get you started.
Surrendering to the Fire Alarm
How my first office job interview taught me a lesson in surrender
The Time I Lose To Managing Chronic Conditions
Chronic conditions are a full time unwanted job. There are hours each day that are dedicated to keeping me functioning – and I’m not alone in this unseen part of daily life. Today I’m shining a light on what you don’t see.
I Was Once Petrified of Hugs
It’s a strange thing when an action that is meant to be comforting becomes scary and unsettling. It was something I never expected to occur.
You Are Not Meant To Keep Your Foot On The Stepping Stone Forever
This blog may be my stepping stone – a little update on my blogging plans.
The Lightkeeper’s List – Volume 7
Welcome to the next instalment of the Lightkeeper’s List!
Your Medical Experiences Give You Skills Too
Why should we hire people with disabilities? What skills are they learning when they aren’t able to work? Answer: Great skills that EVERY organisation needs.
Why We Should All Be Fighting For Disability Equality and Justice
‘If it was adjusted just slightly, it would be so much more inclusive’.
Book Therapy – The Girl Who Fell From The Sky
Occasionally you will meet someone who will make you wonder what makes them glow so brightly that you can’t look away. Emma Carey is one of those people, and her new book, The Girl Who Fell From The Sky, shows us what makes her shine bright.
Book Therapy – Between Two Kingdoms
This book did a good job of breaking my heart, and piecing it back together with gold glue.
When I Am Lost, Remind Me Of What I Am Good At
Sometimes, we need someone to point us towards our north star – of what we are good at and enjoy – when we can’t see it through our own darkness. Today on the blog I’m talking about a different kind of support that got me through some hard days when I couldn’t do what I loved.
The Lightkeeper’s List – Volume 6
Welcome to Volume Six of the Lightkeeper’s List!
Today’s list has a focus on some amazing Australians! Let’s get straight into it!
Musings & Meditations – April 17 2022
“I was patient enough…”
@poetryofdhiman featured on the blog today!
‘Recovery’ is Different For Everyone
Recovery is quite a process regardless of what you are going through, and it is something that we have to be careful to not assume what the end goal may be for the person experiencing it.
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The People Who Connect With Your Story Will Surprise You
It may be the most unlikely of people or in completely different circumstances, and that’s why it’s important to share – so someone else feels connected and seen and feels safe to say ‘me too’.
The Lightkeeper’s List – Volume 5
Welcome to Volume 5 of the Lightkeeper’s List!
Permission To Rest
It’s time to give ourselves permission to rest – it is a vital part of our health and wellbeing.
The Opposite of Stress is Trust
This short sentence has stayed with me for years, it is stuck to my fridge as a reminder, and has become a guiding light in my stress management and decision making processes.
The Lightkeeper’s List – Volume 4
This is a list of all the people and things that are my Lightkeeper’s – shining out there, keeping the light on for me. Today’s list has a focus on some amazing Australians! Let’s get straight into it!