Hacks & Resources

Holistic Healthcare Options to Consider Alongside Medical Treatment

Photo Source   Holistic healthcare is a concept that confuses many of us in Western society. We are raised in a way that we trust the medical system and treatments that tend to come in the form of pills, capsules, injections, and surgical routine. So it’s not too surprising that many of us will raise […] Read more…

Dealing With Stress as a Disabled Person: Three Things That Can Help

Most of us deal with stress at times, whether it’s pressures from work, school, family or money. But when you have a disability you have that other added difficulty on top. Maybe you’ve had a bad day or week with your condition, perhaps it’s been a struggle getting to and from appointments, you might just […] Read more…

From top left to bottom right, one red rose cupcake, a blue petel cupcake with green leaves and a white center, a light purple cupcake, a yellow leaf cupcake with a brown seed imatation center, Red poppy cupcake and a white petel cake with purple tinted edges.

Accessible vegan festivals in the UK that you don’t want to miss!

Exciting Line-Up of Accessible vegan Festivals from Vegan Events UK There’s something for everyone at the forthcoming Vegan Festivals from Vegan Events UK this Spring. These popular accessible events, held at venues up and down the country include a feast of mouth wateringly delicious food, a wide range of fantastic stalls, world food caterers, exciting […] Read more…

Valentine’s Day inspiration Gift guide

With Valentine’s Day fast approaching it’s the time to spread the love and share it with your beloveds. Whether you’re married, engaged, coupled or single it’s a Day to spread love and most importantly don’t forget to love yourself! I have put a handy gift guide together to give you some Valentine’s Day inspiration, I […] Read more…

A tunnel of trees covered in snow

Low deposit holidays with Holiday Gems

I’m a lover of Christmas, and the weather is part of the magic for me. Thick woolly jumpers, hats, scarfs and gloves walking briskly with the chill biting your face, don’t get me wrong, having a disability that is very much affected by the cold weather really can be tough to manage. But as long […] Read more…

A Autum woodland tail with a fallen tree in the background

Don’t Let Your Disability Stop You Taking Those Autumn Strolls

#AutumnStrolls with Fenetic Wellbeing. As the leaves change colours and fall to the ground, quietness echoes all around, The fresh brisk air and the crunching of nature under my feet, As the nights draw colder and the light decreases I find solace in the silence Allowing the scent of bark and dewy grass to envelop […] Read more…

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