The story of going decades without the proper diagnoses and how I managed to improve anyway using my own research skills and the world of naturopathy.
My Hero is a new series designed to shine a spotlight on a person or group with special needs who dedicates their time to making the lives of other like people better in some way. These people are all heroes who spend their limited energy, resources and time to make the world a better, brighter, … Continue reading Breanna Sprenger, My Hero!
On finishing my second month of work, I wanted to take stock of this little venture and offer an honest take of how I’m faring so far. In some ways, I’m pleasantly surprised. In others, I’m worried I’ve taken on more than I can chew. I’ve made mistakes. I’ve seen strides. It’s taking time to … Continue reading 60 Day Check-in
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