My mom and I have been working towards making my brother Dana’s house into a grief and loss retreat.
Saying “grief and loss retreat” doesn’t really cover it: it’s not just about the loss of a loved one (although that is certainly part of it); it’s about healing, about wellness, it’s about change.
It’s about shifts in perspectives and either a space to heal or a space with tools to help in transforming grief, loss and great change.
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Dovetailing our work on Dana’s Place is my own desire to get back to counseling, coaching and teaching.
I have shifted what used to be my main website, Meriah Nichols, to focus on disability, career and website development.
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My main former site, Meriah Nichols, is now Meriah Hudson and Two Thirds of the Planet. It is still in construction (name changes, redirects, watermarks and social media are royal pains in the butt).
Two Thirds of the Planet includes the award-winning #365dayswithdisability photo project on Instagram, Voices from the Disability Community, community blogs from the cross-disability community, and it’s the site linked to the 700+ member strong Facebook group, Federation of Disabled Bloggers
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I wanted a clear space for Down syndrome and community and to host all of the posts specifically related to Moxie and Down syndrome. That is all folded into A Day in the Life with Down syndrome.
That includes Down syndrome Blogs (community blogs), photos from #lifewithDs on Instagram, and is the site linked to the 500+ member group on Facebook, International Alliance of Writers for Down syndrome.
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Finally, I’ve gone back to my blogging roots, With a Little Moxie.
This is for straight-up travel posts, solo-parenting, stories.
It’s also about “wellness” which feels like a cheesy new-agey word in some ways, but is the only one I can come up with that umbrellas this process of moving through grief and regaining my physical and spiritual strength.
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