Month: June 2021

  • How I Outsourced My Life: Cleaning Edition

    Cleaning is hard when you are chronically ill and has always been one of my biggest energy drains.

    Just one small task could land me in bed for a week and the worst thing was I would just be staring at all the mess as it piled up.

    I decided enough was enough and there had to be an easier way, which led me to learn some new tricks to keep on top of cleaning.

    In my latest Instagram post and newsletter, I mentioned that I’d be doing an in-depth review here on my blog, of all the products and tools I use with links to where to buy them.

    So read on to find out how to make cleaning more manageable!

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  • You Don’t Have to Be Disabled and Poor but It’s More Likely

    When it comes to disability and money, there is a tendency to equate disability with poverty.

    This is mainly caused by the narrative that surrounds disability – that you can’t achieve, you can’t possibly live a life that isn’t just solely based on your being disabled and you certainly aren’t able to earn. ⁠

    There’s a common misconception that to get help as a disabled person you must first live below the poverty line. ⁠

    As a result, we as a society find it hard to see disabled people own nice things or for them to even want them.

    So what can we do about this? Let’s talk about how we can shift this narrative!

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