This week I finished reading Brave by Rose Mcgowan, an incredibly powerful important book. Rose is an amazing writer with a great perspective on the world. Showing examples of how systemic sexism has women trapped in situations seen as normal in our culture. Not only speaking about the Harvey Weinstein, she discusses her whole life,… Continue reading Review: BRAVE by Rose Mcgowan
TOGETHER WE ARE STRONGER.
March is Neuromyelitis optica awareness month. This is the disease I have and I would love to share some brief info to educate you.
In honour of eating disorder awareness week ( a little late) I’m chiosingbtonshare myneating dsirsoer Story, what it was like mentally and my recovery and appreciation of the body acceptance movements.
Let’s be honest, showering when you have chronic fatigue is rough. It becomes a dreaded chore. I know for me, I don’t shower as much as I’d like to because I sleep through the times I’ve planned too, someones not always around to help, and just generally too exhausted. But friends, I have a life… Continue reading Nilaqua Body Wash review
I love YouTube and decided to write a list of Youtubers with chronic issues because representation is important.
I’ve had my autoimmune disease since the age of four (2006). Since I was little my mum has used social media to connect to other patients and get information, because my disease is rare there wasn’t very much out there. But she found a small group of about twenty people on google hangouts, which has… Continue reading World in my hands
As someone who is in bed and pretty useless most of the time, I’ve become rather addicted to podcasts. I love hearing people’s stories and they’re a great distraction.
Even though I’m blind I’ve always loved doing art, but now sitting up hurts too much to do art. I miss doing it so much!
would like to bring your attention to an issue that exists in a country, that generally many people do not consider as being a place where bad things happen. That country is Canada. The issue? The missing and murdered First Nations women who have disappeared on what is now called “the Highway of tears”.