Category Archives: Day-to-Day Life

Tired of hearing people verbally assault social media, Zachary Fenell prepares to defend social media's virtues.

Defending Social Media

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Frequently social media gets viewed negatively. No matter if Facebook, Twitter, or another platform, controversy tends to lurk. A joking exchange escalates to high tension. Behavior ranging from simply immature to downright mean, fractures lives. These scenarios craft unpleasant perceptions about social media. Admittedly, the pessimistic view possesses merit. However, the negativity also risk overshadowing…

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Avoid spills with your own "adult sippy cup!"

Using My “Adult Sippy Cup” to Find Independence

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Laughter, including my own, met the joke. “That’s Zach’s adult sippy cup!” Yet there remains no joke about the newfound independence I discovered thanks to my “adult sippy cup.” The joking descriptor actually describes my Aladdin travel mug. After repeatedly struggling to independently get coffee, I turned to my aforementioned Aladdin travel mug. The container…

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Offering a Helping Hand: What You Should Know

Offering a Helping Hand: What You Should Know

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A strong correlation seemingly exists between living with a disability and receiving offers for a helping hand. Although too frequently said “offer” comes across more forced than optional aid. Occurrences today’s post seeks to eliminate. To those extending the aforementioned helping hand, please do not take the above comments offensively. My remarks intend to educate.…

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Daily Habits to Empower Your Battle Against Cerebral Palsy

Daily Habits to Empower Your Battle Against Cerebral Palsy

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Living with cerebral palsy proves an ongoing battle. You face multiple challenges, “attacks” to maintain the metaphor. Many assaults which your own body launches. What a traitorous jerk! Empower yourself to fight back through equipping the heavy weaponry, daily habits. CP stands a formidable adversary due to the condition’s persistency. Symptoms never let up! For…

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