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The Trials and Tribulations of Parents With Hearing Impairments- And How To Deal With Them

Parenting is always difficult. Regardless of your age, income, where you live in the world or anything else- it’s always going to be one of the hardest things will ever do. But when you’re disabled it can be even trickier, when you struggle doing things that others take for granted it means you have to […] Read more…

Easy Ways to Take Big Steps

*Disclaimer – This is a partnered post and may contain affiliate links.* So, you’ve got a goal in mind. You’ve been thinking about it for a while, and now it’s gone from the seed of an idea, to a huge oak tree taking over all your thoughts, its branches weaving into every part of your life. […] Read more…

Last Week of Training at Ikron

So this is my last week of training at Ikron. It was really boring since they really didn’t have anything for me to do everyday( have at least 6 interns). I am there through the Ticket to Work Social Security and am going through Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities. I was paid minimum wage for 20 […] Read more…

day 4 Procrastination

For me I procrastin on pretty much everything I do. Especially if I am online then everything goes to the way side. I found this quote that says it all…I think the worst and most insidious procrastination for me is research. I will be looking for some bit of fact or figure to include in […] Read more…