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Beauty

New Year, New Look, New(ish) Hair

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This new year I’m focusing a lot more on self-care. One way to go about this is washing away all of last weeks woes and rejuvenating yourself for the upcoming week. I’m one of those that have different types of showers. I have my ‘wash hair, face, and body’ shower,

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Like many with dwarfism, I surprised my parents when I was born. Only one in 15,000 to one in 40,000 live births results in a person with achondroplasia, the most common form of dwarfism. Despite my genetic condition, I was a healthy baby and child. I attended a normal school

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If you were keeping up with me on social media last week then you probably know that I was in Spain for the sixth International Congress on Achondroplasia and other Bone Dysplasias. This three-day event is put on every four years by Fundacíon ALPE Acondroplasia. ALPE is such a wonderful

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Achondroplasia

Dwarfism Awareness Month 2018

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If you don’t already know, October is dwarfism awareness month & if you weren’t aware, I have dwarfism – obviously. I know it’s hard to tell *sarcasm* So I thought I’d participate this month and share a bit here and there about my thoughts, feelings, and opinions about it all – so