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Is duplicate mail to your contact person the norm or is it just abest practice?

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Back in the day, my cholesterol was off the charts. Almost 20 years ago, I became diabetic and since my a1c has been between 9.7 and 15. I never really took it seriously until I found out my heart is in serious jeopardy. Since then, I have followed me medicine regiment religiously, changed my diet […]

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Best ways to use red packets to teach your kids about money

How are your kids spending their hongbao, or ang pow, money? This is every parent’s golden opportunity to educate them on money matters. Older children and teens will often be tempted to go on a spending frenzy with all that extra cash, but it makes more sense to plan ahead on how you can sock […]

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7 Accessible Activities in Sacramento and Chico

Bet you didn’t know!

Sacramento, the capitol of California, is among the largest cities in the state which offer visitors a number of attractions. With access to so many diverse cities nearby, including Chico, this area of California promises a fun and diverse trip for travelers with every interest. Below we have 7 accessible activities by Sacramento and Chico, where two of our stores are conveniently located to help during your next trip away.

California State Capitol Museum
The State Capitol Building is located within Capitol Park, a 12 block park home to additional monuments, memorials, and foliage landscaped from plants and trees from around the world. The Capitol Building is home to a museum featuring the history and architecture of the building, offices, and legisl… Read More

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Not letting kids fail, and other mistakes that parents make without knowing

Katherine Reynolds Lewis, 45, wrote an article about school discipline, What If Everything You Knew About Disciplining Kids Was Wrong?, for American news magazine Mother Jones, which went viral. Last year, she published her first book, The Good News About Bad Behavior: Why Kids Are Less Disciplined Than Ever And What to Do About It . […]

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So I made this post on AITA and I’m a little mad at some of the responses. Some people were basically saying that disabled people shouldn’t be in public spaces because they’re inconveniencing people. I was at a public pool which I paid to go to. Thoughts?

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Lost my disability…. Need Help!

I have never been in this position before, I jsut lost my disability and I do not know what to do. I think it is amazing that they cut off someone on thousands of dollars a year in Epilepsy medicine, to not give any guidance on what to do when you lost it. I have […]

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Urine smell

So being in a wheelchair I use urinals for everything. Transferring to a toilet is too much work, so I keep a portable one with me, and have a bedside one. But how to keep them clean and not smelling bad. I rinse after every use, but it still lingers. Is there something I can […]

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The Girl With the Invisible Disability

Here is another wonderful article for you.

If you’ve ever met me before, you probably see me as a well-rounded, independent, capable woman. You may even think I have my shit together. But if I were to show you the full picture, that beautiful image you have created of me in your head would be shattered. It would be shattered by stigma, assumptions and judgments. I’ve spent many years honing this image — shoving things under the rug and pretending to be perfect. Could you truly love and accept the flawed human being that I am?

I think everyone can relate to this struggle on some level. We all strive for this unattainable level of perfection and are often our own worst critics. But what happens when the rug gets pulled and all your open wounds are exposed? What happens when you just can’t fight it anymore? I’ll tell you what happens — you get labeled as “disabled.”

When you hear the word disabled, you probably immediately think of someone who cannot see or is missin… Read More

Hope you find the article helpful

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Charis Bible College demonized the word Dyslexia

Charis Bible College seems not to understand what “condemning themselves,” nor what human-resources means (Charis Staff, 2019). However, after reading their most recent post on a new type of dyslexia, it is safe to say that people should be concerned. The first image the reader is greeted with is a cluster of blocks with various […]

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