Unboxing and review of the May 2019 Cattitude Box subscription for cat ladies and their kitties.
When I was twelve, my dad was diagnosed with severe depression and anxiety. The first I ever knew of his inner struggle was when he came home from work one day in the midst of what appeared to be a heart attack.
So here we are on the last leg of our journey to 101 gift ideas for the disabled and chronically ill! I bet you didn’t really think I could come up with 101, did you?
Are you ready for Part Three of my spifftastic list of gift ideas for the disabled and/or chronically ill?
Part Two of my 101 Gift Ideas for the Chronically Ill series is extremely timely today because it’s my birthday. Yayyyy! 😀
Having trouble deciding what to buy the chronically ill or disabled person in your life?
Do you wake up with a sore throat every morning? Do you get cramp in your jaw and cheeks when you salivate? Having difficulty swallowing because you can’t sit up properly in bed? Me too! It’s an awesome club to be in, am I right? No? Yeah, probably not… Anyway, here are 6 ways to eat when…
Having to be hand-fed can be embarrassing, even when it’s close family or a professional carer doing the feeding. Sometimes it’s unavoidable, but I eventually learned to design meals that don’t always need a fork or knife. That way, if your hands are cramping so badly that you risk flinging your cutlery everywhere, or you’re…