#GivingTuesday

LET’S DO THIS. Dysautonomia International knows how to party. They know that #GivingTuesday is the best, and want to make it last every day of December. I used to think of charity in the abstract. I participated in service projects, I bought wristbands, I practiced my vocab to donate grains of rice. I gave $5… Continue reading #GivingTuesday

Speak up

First things first: I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving! I got to see some of my best friends from high school when they came home for break and we TORE IT UP. (By that, I mean we went out for sandwiches and watched television together. Exactly like we did in high school.) As… Continue reading Speak up

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Sweaters never made for great coping mechanisms anyway

Because this is my blog and I have a million thoughts and feelings, I give you a break from our regularly scheduled chats on life with autonomic dysfunctions and bring you chats on people talking about this infamous sweater from Target: There are several ways people are reacting to this sweater. Hey! Funny joke! They’re poking… Continue reading Sweaters never made for great coping mechanisms anyway

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#MyGivingStory & #GivingTuesday

Oh hey, fancy seeing you there! If you’re not already familiar, #GivingTuesday is an awesome program that encourages people to give to charities on the Tuesday after Black Friday and Cyber Monday to get back into the true spirit of Thanksgiving. This year they’re holding an essay contest called #MyGivingStory and the winners could get… Continue reading #MyGivingStory & #GivingTuesday

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