3 Gifts to Give

Can you believe it? Christmas is right around the corner! With less than 20 days to go, you may be feeling a bit worn out already. Questioning the perfect gift to get so and so can be exhausting. The holidays are stressful for everyone.”Must find the perfect gift” mentality can sure be exhausting…I’ve been there.

It doesn’t have to be a season of anxiousness. If you are like me, opening gifts can be nerve wracking too. My food allergies and scent intolerance often leave me worried what will be under the cute bows. Whether buying the gift or receiving the gift, together we can enjoy Christmas by following this simple, yet meaning gift guide…

Consider this holiday one for us both to enjoy with these safe and thoughtful gifts. Continue reading “3 Gifts to Give”

Give Thanks for Perspective

Thanksgiving is a season of gratitude, love, and thanks. This gathering prepares us for the holiday season ahead of us. The traditional feast and family get together is a wonderful experience, but can be hard for those with disabilities. Keep in mind, there is much to be thankful for despite living with an illness or disability.

Patient Perspective on Twitter

On twitter, Patient Perspective tweeted asking followers what they were thankful for this Thanksgiving Feastholiday season and what was challenging about Thanksgiving, while living with a
disability. I received an abundant amount of responses via direct messages. My followers explained  their gratitude and what can make the holiday even more enjoyable.

Make sure you follow, @POV_patient on Twitter! Continue reading to learn about ways to improve the thanksgiving season and to hear about what these individuals with disabilities are thankful for. You may even have similar thoughts, I know I do. Continue reading “Give Thanks for Perspective”