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An Apple A Day  is not only a podcast but also a resource and a community. It's a place to share experiences and learn from others as we overcome barriers and learn to live a happy, and healthy life, NOT AS DISABLED PEOPLE BUT AS PEOPLE WITH A DISABILITY! Welcome to the community!

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Jun 15, 2024

Cell phone blindness is a phenomenon that involves temporary vision loss in one or both eyes after looking at your phone in a dark room....such as a bedroom, bathroom, movie theater, etc....

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Jun 12, 2024

This episode features two of Jimmy's assistants, Dave Picker and Emily Baker, who share the revitalized direction and mission statement for An Apple A Day.

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Feb 7, 2024

Shanti Hershenson’s first two novellas were published when she was in the sixth grade, although her writing journey started long before then. Ever since she could hold a pencil, marker, or crayon, she was creating stories. They started from pictures, mere scribbles, and eventually, turned into captivating tales. She...

Jan 26, 2024

In Today's episode, Jimmy speaks with jack of all trades, when it comes to the arts ,Michaell Magrutsche.  

Michaell Magrutsche is an Austrian-Californian Multimedia Artist. He became a creativity-awareness educator through his experience-based outside-the-box upbringing that he was forced into, through his...

Jan 24, 2024

This is the third and final part o-f our series on "Narcissists and People with Disabilities". ~In this episode, we look at the signs that indicate whether you possibly grew up with narcissistic parents.

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