Tweaks Blow dry your hair with this disability hack

The Tool That Will Blow You Away; Literally

Blowdrying my thick long hair is a 55-minute high-intensity workout even for those without disabilities. I’m so glad I found this hands free hairdryer! It is nearly impossible for me to get a brush through my hair while holding a heavy blowdryer in my weak, tissue wasted hands. When I…

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Fashion Cute & trendy transition spring shoes/booties that fit afo and orthotics.

New Spring Transition Shoes

It’s that time of year when we’re all tired of wearing sweaters and snow boots and ready to pull out the warm weather clothes. Although the days are longer and temps are beginning to rise, it’s not yet warm enough to go outside without layers, or to wear sandals without…

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INSPIRING PEOPLE Interview with Keasha Greaves who lives stylishly with muscular dystrophy

Trend-Able interview with Keisha

Keisha Greaves is a woman with style, substance, and fierce determination. From a young age, Keisha dreamt of working in the fashion industry. After getting her Bachelors degree in fashion design and merchandising, Keisha went onto to study business in graduate. Keisha was about to finish grad school when she…

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Tweaks Product to help with arthritic hands and peripheral neuropathy

Breo Hand Massager

Do your fingers ache from neuropathy or arthritis? Is the frigid cold outside taking your regular chronic hand pain to a whole new level? It’s annoying, right? I get it…I’m always searching for products to help with peripheral neuropathy and arthritic type hands.

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FashionLifestyle How to look & feel sexy on Valentine's Day with an invisible disability, afos and neuropathy.

Date Night Valentines Day

There is no better excuse than Valentine’s Day to channel your inner Beyonce and act like the sexy goddess you are. Whether you’re planning a romantic night out, dinner with girlfriends, or a date night with Netflix & some cheap champagne, February 14th is all about looking and feeling red…

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FashionResources Diy Adaptive Fashion

Adaptive Fashion 101

Until recently, fashion and disability was pretty much an oxymoron. The clothing available for people with physical challenges called “health wear” was found in home medical supplies stores next to other functional items like incontinence supplies and shower seats.

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INSPIRING PEOPLE How to Live A Happy Life With MS

Meet Tori Wompey

Hi Love your blog. I’m currently using a wheelchair and walker due to MS and breaking my leg. I write blogs as well and was the Colorado chairperson for the #MSbeautiful photo shoot. Do you have any ideas of cute clothes to wear with the walker or wheelchair?

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Tweaks An easy beauty hack for women with hand weakness, neuropathy and arthritis .

Roll On Face Masks

If you follow any influencers on Instagram or have been inside a Sephora or even your local drugstore in recent years, then you’re probably well aware of the at home face mask trend. From inexpensive Korean sheet masks to high end 24 carat gold ones, face masks of all types…

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Lifestyle How to improve your life and make New Years resolutions With An Invisible Disability like Charcot Marie Tooth Disease.

Choose Your Own Adventure

Do you remember those Choose Your Own Adventure (CYA) books from the 80’s 90’s? I know I’m totally dating myself but I was soooo into them (for about a minute) in between Judy Bloom books (hijacked copy of Wifey not included) & the Sweet Valley High series.

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Tweaks jewelry hack for people with CMT, Rheumatoid Arthritis, and other neuromuscular disorders and disabilities

CAN’T CLASP IT? MAGNETIZE IT

I like to layer chokers with longer style necklaces and pendants. Instead of relying on someone to help me take my necklaces on and off, I buy my magnet attachment clasps at the local craft store. When I explain that I have trouble with my hands, they are happy to…

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