𝐈𝐬 𝐢𝐭 𝐫𝐞𝐚𝐥𝐥𝐲 𝐣𝐮𝐬𝐭 𝐲𝐨𝐮𝐫 𝐭𝐡𝐢𝐧𝐤𝐢𝐧𝐠? "When you start to see the power of Thought and its relationship to your way of observing life, you will better understand yourself and the world in which you live." -Syd Banks I hear it all the time, people innocently say, “I know, it’s just my thinking”. I should … Continue reading Mental Health Monday: Is it just your thinking?
I’d love to introduce Lynn! She’s going to be taking over the Mental Health side of my blog and hopefully we’ll branch out into an agony aunt section. You’re questions will be posted anonymously (Unless you give us permission) and we can help you. About Me In my life, I’ve been a corporate trainer for … Continue reading Mental Health: Meet our new Mental Health Columnist Lynn MacDonald
Thank you so much for all the likes and comments on my blog! I usually average about 80 views a day and now I’m up to 224 views which means my average views are up by 700%!! This has made my day and I appreciate every reader I meet.It just goes to show rebranding works!! … Continue reading Chickonwheelz is booming!!
Hello everybody! I’ve had a little think and I’ve decided to rebrand my social media presence and be seen more as a disability/mental health blogger. However, this does not mean I will stop writing, I just feel that raising awareness of the trials and tribulations of a disability is more important to me. So instead … Continue reading Rebranding: Welcome to Chickonwheelz!
If you want your Catheter to last it’s 10 -12 week life cycle without any blockages, follow my five tips. *Disclaimer I am not a doctor but a catheter user myself* Drink a tall glass of warm water to flush through any sediment that builds up in the pipe overnight. To stop your catheter balloon … Continue reading Me and My Disability: Catheter Care Tips
Just because I have cerebral palsy and use a wheelchair 24/7 doesn’t mean I can’t have sex or have children. Not everybody needs to use a mobility aid full time. For example, my friend has Cerebral Palsy but is able to walk short distances with crutches/walker/can but some days for long distances she uses her … Continue reading Me and my Disability: Some misconceptions about having a disability
I watched the Harvey price documentary this morning about his transition into Adulthood and the tough choices Katie Price (Harvey’s mum) has to make about the next stage in her sons life. I loved that Harvey was involved in the whole process of finding his perfect residential college. I was disgusted to learn that Katie … Continue reading Me and My Disability: My thoughts on the Katie Price, Harvey and Me Documentary
This outfit inspiration is dedicated to my lovely reader Elaine who requested that I DisneyBound Jessie! If you want to know where to get these clothes then, head to my shoplook page: http://www.shoplook.com/AuthorRachelM Comment who you’d like to see me provide ideas for next!
First up we have Tiana and I’ve tried to keep it realistic to her film’s period Then we have Merida with a classic romper in Celtic green. I wanted to highlight the more Tom Boy elements of her personality which I hope is reflected in this modern take on this Disney Bound outfit. Next, we … Continue reading Fashion: DisneyBounding – The last of the Disney Princesses