Inaccessible Buildings Are Barriers to People with Disabilities

Recently, my family and I had a small get together at my house. We had a nice “catching up potluck” and although I couldn’t indulge in the food, I indulged in the atmosphere. Ever since I’ve had to rely on tube feeds to keep me going, I’ve truly realized how big of a role thatContinue reading “Inaccessible Buildings Are Barriers to People with Disabilities”

May Day and the Value of Work

The first day of May has been celebrated as a holiday across many European cultures since the Middle Ages. May Day marks the approximate halfway point between the Vernal Equinox and the Summer Solstice. In addition, May Day has also been celebrated as International Workers Day since the late nineteenth century, a day where theContinue reading “May Day and the Value of Work”

National Women’s Checkup Day

Every year, the second Monday of May is National Women’s Checkup Day and it is part of National Women’s Health Week. National Women’s Health Week starts on Mother’s Day every year and is a weeklong health observance to remind women and girls to make their health a priority and take care of themselves. It isContinue reading “National Women’s Checkup Day”