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I want to go camping with this!

Don't look past my disabled body - love it | Realising that disabled people are not wrong for the world we live in, but that the world is simply not yet right for us, was enormously liberating...

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DIY hand washing station perfect for long outdoor activities or camping - Top 33 Most Creative Camping DIY Projects and Clever Ideas

World Disability Facts Infographic - 1 Billion People Live with a Form of Disability Infographic

'Orange-Peel House', developed in Germany in the 1950's for camping could be easily assembld by fastening the plywood segments together in about 15 minutes. #Camping #Orange_Peel_House

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Top 33 Most Creative Camping DIY Projects and Clever Ideas

Top 33 Most Creative Camping DIY Projects and Clever Ideas Going on a camping trip is such an exciting adventure. Getting back to nature can be very refreshing and spending time in the great outdoors, away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life can be very rewarding. What makes it more fun is that there are things you can do to bring a bit of convenience in your camping zone.

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3 Steps to Heal Adrenal Fatigue Naturally

Steps to Heal Adrenal Fatigue http://www.draxe.com #health #holistic #natural

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41 Genius Camping Hacks You'll Wish You Thought Of Sooner

Carry your seasonings in straws.Just use a lighter to re-seal.- Camping Hacks

People with rheumatoid arthritis who practice yoga have significant improvements in disease activity. #gimpy #health

Collapsible Bucket! Basic Camping Gear - forget camping! I could use these around the house and save on storage. - More camping stuff at http://outdoorgearhead.com

#gimpy Ah! You look so good! Yep, these kind words can leave you feeling bummed out for some reason. Somehow, they invalidate the pain and we feel like they dont believe its really all that bad.This little button is a way to create awareness for ALL the people who are out there who live with an invisible illness or invisible pain (like a back condition.) Thank you for being a part of creating more understanding about invisible illness.

It can be hard to say no when I really DO want to go and do something, but I know my body and some days the fun is worth paying the price for, some days I just can't. People don't understand to go to their 2-hour "event" will cost me at least 48 hours.