I love this blog post that went live on XOJane the other day – Wheelchair Users Have the Best Shoes.
She talks about the best thing about being in a wheelchair – all the fabulous, crazy high-heeled shoes you can wear without having to worry about being uncomfortable. So true!
Check out the post by Fem Korsten here
Meet Ali Stroker, the first woman in a wheelchair to land a leading role in a professional musical, who’s also a contestant on the The Glee Project. Read this entry
While shopping for hair accessories for my little nieces the other day, I was directed to Forever 21 by an employee at the Baby Gap (“Leave and go down to Forever 21 instead!”), to their current selection of amazingly cute barrettes (several have silk flowers glued to them, which was what I was looking for).
While it was really odd to be given this advice in such a manner, I was seriously grateful for the tip. Not only did I score four barrettes all at $1.50/piece, I was able to find myself a few goodies as well. My best find of the day – this black and white polka dot stretchy headband (with bow), also only $1.50. Cute, right?
Check out Forever 21’s hair accessories here
Last night, the Southern version of the hot wedding dress reality show, Say Yes To The Dress: Atlanta, featured a bride in a wheelchair – a woman who was shot by a stray bullet only five months before.
If you could go back in time, what would you tell yourself to make the path ahead a bit easier?
A new reality show “Push Girls,” featuring four female wheelchair-users, has been green-lighted by the Sundance Channel. The show will change misconceptions of disability and so much more.
Spearheaded by a newly disabled fetish lingerie designer, the Beauty Through Damage photo project aims to obliterate previously held thoughts on beauty and bodily imperfections.
Looking for the perfect gift for someone who uses a wheelchair? Anything from IZ Adaptive should do the trick and Christmas gift certificates are now available!
Sick of the world telling you we should only use backpacks? Yeah me too. Read this blog