Welcome To Get The Word Out Wednesday Link-up #3.

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Get the Word Out Wednesday

Thank you to all those who linked up last week.

If you missed that post feel free to check it out here.

We will be hosting a “Get the Word Out Wednesday” Link-up EVERY  Wednesday for blogs featuring articles that will help those with a  chronic illness.

This linkup is not only for zebras but ANYONE with a chronic illness that has a personal story, help (allergen-free recipes, ideas), adaptation ideas, testimonial or anything that would be helpful or encouraging to others, (even sharing a day in your life).Continue Reading the full Article…



16 Income Earning Ideas

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 Income Earning Ideas You Can Build On

Please realize that as much as I would like this post to apply to everyone and their physical challenges.

It is not possible.

I tried.

Here is a list of short term income earning ideas that can be expanded to continue earning throughout the year.

All of them require some kind of physical activity, but most require “limited” time on your feet and allow you to control your own hours.

Most suggestions require little to no start-up costs.Continue Reading the full Article…



It’s all About The Joints- An EDS Parody to “It’s All About That Bass” by Meghan Trainor

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It's All About Those Joints Parody

It’s All About Those Joints

(An EDS parody of “It’s All About That Bass” by Meghan Trainor)

My daughter and I wrote those lyrics in the last half hour this morning.

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40 + Simple Handmade Gifts Your Kids Can Make For Under $5

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40+ Simple Handmade Gifts Kids Can Make

40+ Simple Handmade Gifts Your Kids Can Make

This post is full of links to other great blogs with instructions and suggestions for gifts your children can create for or under $5.

It includes gifts using newborn footprints, toddlers hand prints, preschool cut and glue projects, as well as projects for older kids with adult supervision.

I hope you find them both useful in your gift giving and fun to do with your kids.

Many can be created with things you probably have on hand already.Continue Reading the full Article…



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Get The Word Out Wednesday-Week 2-2014

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Welcome to our second Get The Word Out Wednesday Link-up.

Get the Word Out Wednesday

Thank you to all those who linked up last week.

If you missed that post feel free to check it out here.

We will be hosting a “Get the Word Out Wednesday” Link-up EVERY  Wednesday for blogs featuring articles that will help those with chronic illness.

This linkup is not only for zebras but ANYONE with a chronic illness that has a personal story, help (allergen-free recipes, ideas), adaptation ideas, testimonial or anything that would be helpful or encouraging to others, (even sharing a day in your life).

The idea of the “Get The Word Out”   link-up is to spread the word about our illnesses, adaptations, short-cuts, tools, articles, stories, etc… and support each other during this sometimes lonely journey. Continue Reading the full Article…



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Living With A Chronic Illness- My Current Struggle

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Living With A Chronic Illness- My Current Struggle

For you regular readers, you know this post is supposed to be about easy, low-cost handmade gifts.

I promise that post is coming (tomorrow) I hope.  I know that many of you with a chronic illness or physical challenges understand that what you want to do and what you can accomplish are two entirely different things.

For those of you who do not struggle just to accomplish a task as simple as combing your hair, I pray you never have to.

Since writing is what I seem to do all the time now, I have decided the best way to deal with my current battle is to get it out there, and posting it on my Facebook page just stirs a whole pot I don’t want to mess with.

This post is a vent.

If you want “perfume and roses” I suggest you skip this post.Continue Reading the full Article…



16 Ways To Supplement Your Budget With a Chronic Illness

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16 Simple Ways To Supplement Your Budget With a Chronic Illness

16 Ways To Supplement Your Budget with A Chronic Illness

While Still In Your PJs

I realize with the holiday season approaching many of us need to earn a little extra income, but taking an extra job might be out of the question due to health and transportation issues.

So…. I compiled some quick, easy ideas I have found to be beneficial in our home.


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Winners of The Pampered Chef Zebra Towel & Donation Amount

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Due to an overwhelming week and lack of spoons our regular posts will be postponed until tomorrow.

I did want to take a quick minute to share the towel winners and donation amount now that the fundraiser is officially closed.

DONATION DETAILS

We will be donating approximately $68.00 to EDNF for  EDS research and awareness.

Our sales reached a total of $268 plus odd change.

Thank you to all you participated by sharing, commenting and ordering.

ZEBRA TOWEL WINNERS

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Get The Word Out Wednesday-Week 1

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Welcome to our first Get The Word Out Wednesday Link-up.

Get the Word Out Wednesday

We will be hosting a “Get the Word Out Wednesday” Link-up EVERY  Wednesday for blogs featuring articles that will help those with chronic illness.

This linkup is not only for zebras but ANYONE with a chronic illness that has a personal story, help (allergen-free recipes, ideas), adaptation ideas, testimoniasl or anything that would be helpful or encouraging to others, (even sharing a day in your life).

The idea of the “Get The Word Out”   link-up is to spread the word about our illnesses, adaptations, short-cuts, tools, articles, stories, etc… and support each other during this sometimes lonely journey.

Continue Reading the full Article…



250+ Handmade Gifts Ideas to Make for Children

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250+ Handmade Gifts To Make For Children

If you have a youngster in your life and are looking for something unique to create check out these great links!

Some are quick and simple while others are more advanced and may take a little longer.

I have not added any photos so you will need to click on the links themselves to view each website.

The links include everything from simple print out and cut projects to sewing and woodworking.

I love them all!

I hope you enjoy them too!Continue Reading the full Article…



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