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The 365 Days with Disability Project – #365dayswithdisability

365 days with disability - #365dayswithdisability

365 Days with Disability – #365dayswithdisability –  is the Instagram-based photo project that seeks to normalize disability, one gloriously mundane photo at a time!

Read the posts below – this one in particular – for more information about 365 Days with Disability and how to participate, then scroll further down to see a sampling of some of the photos hash tagged #365dayswtihdisability on Instagram.

What’s a Great Gift Idea for a Blind or Low Vision Person?

This is Stacy Cervenka's gift guide for the blind or low vision person in your life! There may be affiliate links in this post - if there are, you are never charged more than you would if you didn't use the link. Everything in this post is only mentioned for the purpose of being helpful. [...]

Rihanna’s Bringing Sexy to Disability with Savage X Fenty

This is about Savage X Fenty: disability and diversity and the whole new approach to business that Rihanna is practicing. When I saw the Savage X long-form video on Amazon, I was blown away. I mean, it's intense, alive, it's humming and moving and going and glowing - and it's so, so incredibly, heart-stoppingly DIVERSE. [...]

Spotify Has Song Lyrics Now (And This is Where You Find Them!)

This a how-to post: how to find the Spotify song lyrics (available for ALL Spotify accounts, paid and free!), and how to enable the Spotify lyrics, as well as what the lyrics look like. I'm deaf and I love music. You'd think that might be an unfortunate combination but really, it only gets to be [...]

Gift Advice for the Deaf Person in Your Life

This is short collection of ideas for gifts for deaf or hard of hearing people. This post contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links. Thanks for helping to support this site! I should have written this post a long time ago, because I have a [...]

I Thought I Was Just Lazy

This is a continuation of Kari Turners "I Thought I Was Just Stupid" Series that pokes around internalized ableism. For more of Kari's work, visit her page on Unpacking Disability,, and consider subscribing (below) so you never miss a post! Now, from Kari: ____________________ In talking with Black/Boricua, disabled non-binary ballet dancer, Jay Moye (they/them,) [...]

I Thought I Was Invisible

This is a continuation of Kari Turners "I Thought I Was Just Stupid" Series that pokes around internalized ableism. For more of Kari's work, visit her page on Unpacking Disability,, and consider subscribing (below) so you never miss a post! Now, from Kari: ____________________ This time around, I had the pleasure of speaking with my [...]

I Thought I Was Just Stupid

This is part of the series by Kari Turner, which explores internalized ableism. I Thought I Was Just Stupid That's right, once upon a time I had no idea that any struggle of mine beyond the most obvious physical ones - falling, keeping my balance - had anything to do with my cerebral palsy (CP). [...]

The Cultural Value of Disability

This is a post examining the cultural value of disability, as seen through the lens of Star Trek and a cross-cultural comparison (Hmong/America If you want to hear me reading this, just click the link below. https://media.blubrry.com/meriahnicholsdisability/p/content.blubrry.com/meriahnicholsdisability/cultural_value_of_disability.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down is the story of [...]

On the Occasion of World Mental Health Day

This is a personal post about my own mental health, on the occasion of World Mental Health Day.  This post was written in 2013, and many things within have changed (- I was being gaslit by my husband, for one, and did not actually have bi-polar disorder, but rather, C-PTSD). So much of this post [...]

Sparkles and a Hamburger Airplane: Superfest 2021

This is about the Superfest Disability Film Festival and the film lineup for 2021 Movies are like music: they can reach people when nothing else can. They can find ways to wiggle into the crevices of locked minds and hearts, they can force open spirit and imagination and give wings to the heart. I have [...]

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