I just wanted to do a general update on how things are going now that I've been working for a month. It's crazy how much things have changed already, but that's life in spoonieland. If nothing else, things are always changing, be it good or bad. Luckily for me, things have been climbing like I'm … Continue reading Energy Abounds!
I just completed my second week as an Uber driver and boy have I learned a lot: I now know I still possess reserves of strength and perseverance that I thought might have long ago dried up. I genuinely enjoy talking with a wide variety of people on a vast array of topics and providing … Continue reading Disability & Earning with Uber
In my last article, I discussed some of the reasons why it might be desirable to take an internet job or work at home position as a disabled person. Many people believe it can be convoluted and confusing trying to find a job working from home, but it's not as hard as you think. You … Continue reading How to Find a Work at Home Job
When deciding to return to work be it full or part time, one of the greatest challenges for a person with autoimmune / connective tissue disorders is to find a job that will fit our rock n' roll lifestyles. I say this tongue in cheek, but also as a metaphor, as it doesn't seem to … Continue reading Returning to Work: Finding the Right Fit
After some trial and error and much careful consideration, I decided to put aside the idea of working full-time at present and decided instead to pursue part-time employment. Just working to find a job was causing issues with rising pain and fatigue levels and I was already falling down on the job of caring properly … Continue reading Working Part-time While on SSDI