Who am I? My name is Abigail Burton, I am 29. My husband, Luke and I have been married for nearly 9 years. Our children are Shane 7, Matthew who was 5, Mackenzie 3 & Baby Burton who would be 1. I was a happily running a bookkeeping practice from home. Unfortunately, I had to … Continue reading Why A Blog? – About Us
A carer for a special needs child often feels swamped and lonely. It's not a sign of weakness to need relationships & support, it's being human. Relationships are important and take work. Here I share my tips for keeping them straight.
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Supplements for energy? Unless we make changes to the sleep we get, exercise we do, the stress we feel or what we put in our body nothing changes
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How to save money. If you're like me with the hospital admissions, therapies & appointments, I don't need to save money, there just isn't enough of it. Or so I thought
It's possible that I would have a greater chance of having abbreviated grief. If I my grief definition was or is: abbreviated- it is still a painful process
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