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Products For Lazy People

You know what I'm tired of? Seeing a really useful product only to read that the person who shared it thinks its "making us lazy" or reading the comments and seeing many people saying that people who buy these products are just plain lazy. Let me tell you something, a lot of these products are… Continue reading Products For Lazy People

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When People Don’t Help

Being disabled means that I can need help doing things that able bodied people can do with no issue. Some of these things require specific accommodations, and with other things, I rely on the kindness of other people. Friday night I went to a concert with my sister and our friend. I had emailed the… Continue reading When People Don’t Help

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Having A Chronic Illness/Disability Isn’t Cheap

It seems to be a common misconception that people on government assistance have so much money. Like me for example. I'm on Medicare, Medicaid, and SSDI. That means I'm rich, right? Wrong. So, so, so wrong. While I am thankful that I don't have medical bills to pay, I still have copays and things that… Continue reading Having A Chronic Illness/Disability Isn’t Cheap