Emotional Support Animal Blog

  • “No Pets” Rule And ESAs: How To Explain Your Emotional Support Letter To Your Landlord
    by Erin Konrad on May 10, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    When you rent from a landlord, it’s pretty common to come across some rules or restrictions that negatively impact you. Most of the time, you just have to accept the rules if you really want to live there. However, this isn’t true if you own an emotional support animal (ESA). In fact, you’re more protected The post “No Pets” Rule And ESAs: How To Explain Your Emotional Support Letter To Your Landlord appeared first on Mooshme.

  • Renting And Emotional Support Animals In 2021: All You Need To Know
    by Erin Konrad on May 5, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    If you’re the owner of an emotional support animal (ESA), it’s important to know that you have certain rights under the law when you rent a living space from a landlord. Because the general public’s acceptance of emotional support animals in 2021 is different than it was a few decades ago, you’ll want to make The post Renting And Emotional Support Animals In 2021: All You Need To Know appeared first on Mooshme.

  • 7 Tips On How To Fight Loneliness
    by Steve Gilsenan on April 30, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Millions of people now believe they are getting all of the human connection they need through their social media feed. Most members of the “internet generation” – a somewhat vague demographic that includes almost every human under the age of 35 – are completely used to doing the vast majority of their communicating online. The The post 7 Tips On How To Fight Loneliness appeared first on Mooshme.

  • 7 Tips On House Modifications For Emotional Support Dogs
    by Steve Gilsenan on April 25, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Getting an emotional support dog is one of the most life-enhancing things you can do. An ESA dog will bring huge amounts of affection, adventure, and love to your life. It will immediately become a best friend and loving family member all rolled into one. You’ll soon be wondering, “How did I ever survive without The post 7 Tips On House Modifications For Emotional Support Dogs appeared first on Mooshme.

  • Own Multiple Emotional Support Animals? 6 Tips On How To Make Sure They Get Along
    by Erin Konrad on April 20, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Ever heard the expression “fighting like cats and dogs”? If you’ve ever seen two animals tussle, you’ll know it isn’t always easy to get pets acclimated to one another. For people who own multiple emotional support animals (ESAs), trying to find peace among all of your pets can be a tricky dance. Wondering how many The post Own Multiple Emotional Support Animals? 6 Tips On How To Make Sure They Get Along appeared first on Mooshme.

  • Feeling Anxious? 7 Natural Ways To Become More Calm And Confident
    by Steve Gilsenan on April 15, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    “How can I reduce my anxiety and gain confidence?” This is a very commonly asked question. Millions of people, from all walks of life and in every corner of the world, suffer from anxiety and low confidence. If you can be calm and confident, however, you can be more effective in life. Life can also The post Feeling Anxious? 7 Natural Ways To Become More Calm And Confident appeared first on Mooshme.

  • 6 Best ESAs For Senior Citizens
    by Erin Konrad on April 10, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Emotional support animals (ESAs) can be beneficial for anyone to own because they can provide a constant source of love and companionship. But for senior citizens, they can be even more helpful. Having a pet can help an elderly person feel less lonely and can give their life purpose as they help care for their The post 6 Best ESAs For Senior Citizens appeared first on Mooshme.

  • Will I Need To Vaccinate My ESA Against COVID?
    by moosh-admin on April 5, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    The COVID-19 pandemic has been affecting people’s lives since early 2020. With widespread safety measures put in place, the spread of the infection has begun to slow in many areas in 2021, but the lifting of lockdown measures has seen many areas experience second or even third waves of the outbreak. With the risk of The post Will I Need To Vaccinate My ESA Against COVID? appeared first on Mooshme.

  • Traveling By Road With Your Emotional Support Animal? Don’t Forget These 12 Items
    by Steve Gilsenan on March 30, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Planning vacations and trips with your emotional support animal can be super fun. Millions of emotional support animal owners every year enjoy taking a much-deserved road trip or vacation with their ESA best friend. Traveling by road is safe and easy with your emotional support animal, if you do it right. But whether you’re taking The post Traveling By Road With Your Emotional Support Animal? Don’t Forget These 12 Items appeared first on Mooshme.

  • Do Single People Benefit More From The Company Of Animals?
    by Steve Gilsenan on March 25, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Anyone can benefit from the company of an emotional support animal. ESAs provide love, companionship, and a sense of purpose in life. In 2021, millions of Americans are enjoying the mental health benefits that ESA ownership bring. Emotional support pets improve quality of life for a range of different people who suffer from a wide The post Do Single People Benefit More From The Company Of Animals? appeared first on Mooshme.

MMJ Blog

  • Can Cannabis Help Treat Symptoms Of COVID-19?
    by MMJRecs on May 10, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    With many places still suffering through waves of the COVID-19 pandemic, more and more people are contracting the virus and falling ill. The pandemic has claimed millions of lives, but for many who have caught COVID-19, symptoms of the viral The post Can Cannabis Help Treat Symptoms Of COVID-19? appeared first on MMJRecs.

  • Do You Still Need A Medical Card In California 2021?
    by Erin Konrad on May 5, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Recreational marijuana has been legal in California for several years now. There are tons of dispensaries at your disposal, and you can even grow your own product. So, do you still need a medical card in California in 2021? The The post Do You Still Need A Medical Card In California 2021? appeared first on MMJRecs.

  • What The New York Legal Cannabis Bill Means For MMJ Cardholders
    by Erin Konrad on April 30, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Recent legislation has passed to make cannabis legal in another US state. The latest news on legalization in NY is that residents of the Big Apple are no longer prohibited from using recreational marijuana. Wondering what the New York legal The post What The New York Legal Cannabis Bill Means For MMJ Cardholders appeared first on MMJRecs.

  • Which California City Has The Best MMJ Dispensaries?
    by Steve on April 25, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    California has long been a mecca for medical marijuana. Some of the earliest efforts to promote the legalization of medicinal cannabis happened in California, particularly San Francisco, in the early ’90s. California became one of the first states to legalize The post Which California City Has The Best MMJ Dispensaries? appeared first on MMJRecs.

  • Can I Consume MMJ On The Day Of My COVID Jab?
    by Steve on April 20, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Millions of medical marijuana patients are about to receive their COVID vaccine. COVID is still a relatively new disease, and receiving a vaccination will be a novel experience for many people. Unsurprisingly, medical cannabis patients have plenty of questions about The post Can I Consume MMJ On The Day Of My COVID Jab? appeared first on MMJRecs.

  • Do Your Bones Ache In The Cold? 5 Ways To Treat Symptoms Of Arthritis
    by MMJRecs on April 15, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    It’s a chilly evening outside, and the freezing temperatures aren’t doing your arthritis any favors. Do your bones ache in the cold? If so, you’re not alone – many arthritis patients find that the cold weather makes their condition worse. The post Do Your Bones Ache In The Cold? 5 Ways To Treat Symptoms Of Arthritis appeared first on MMJRecs.

  • Vaccinations And MMJ: All You Need To Know
    by Erin Konrad on April 10, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Now that the COVID-19 vaccine has arrived, it’s starting to feel like we just might make it to the other side of this pandemic. But because we’re still in the early stages of getting people vaccinated, there are still a The post Vaccinations And MMJ: All You Need To Know appeared first on MMJRecs.

  • How Do You Get A Medical Marijuana Card In Missouri?
    by Steve on April 5, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Medical marijuana became legal in Missouri in 2018 when Missourians voted to enact Amendment 2, which legalized MMJ as a treatment option for a variety of medical conditions. In late 2019, the state of Missouri began awarding licenses to MMJ The post How Do You Get A Medical Marijuana Card In Missouri? appeared first on MMJRecs.

  • 7 Tips On Treating Symptoms Of “Old Age”
    by Erin Konrad on March 30, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    As you get older, there are tons of changes that can occur in nearly every part of your body and mind. Some of these signs of aging can be relatively minor and won’t affect your day-to-day life, while others can The post 7 Tips On Treating Symptoms Of “Old Age” appeared first on MMJRecs.

  • Why Anxiety Is An Overlooked Mental Health Disorder (And 5 Tips On How To Treat It)
    by Steve on March 25, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Anxiety can be provoked by an infinite number of situations, scenarios, thoughts, and/or biochemical reactions. It’s a feeling that everybody experiences from time to time, and yet every person’s anxiety feels different. Anxiety can be triggered in one person by The post Why Anxiety Is An Overlooked Mental Health Disorder (And 5 Tips On How To Treat It) appeared first on MMJRecs.

Disabled Parking Blog

  • How To Be A Responsible Passenger In A Disabled Driver’s Vehicle
    by Stephen Gilsenan on May 12, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    When traveling in a vehicle, the most important thing is to stay safe to avoid accidents, injury, and death. Road travel can be inherently risky – because when it comes down to it, vehicles are large metal objects moving at high speeds, which of course involves an element of danger. Driving a vehicle is a The post How To Be A Responsible Passenger In A Disabled Driver’s Vehicle appeared first on Dr. Handicap.

  • What Is Defensive Driving And How Can It Help Disabled Drivers?
    by Stephen Gilsenan on May 9, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Safety should be the number one priority for all disabled drivers. The unfortunate truth is that when traveling by road, there is always a risk of getting into a crash. Injury or even death are always possibilities when we travel in a vehicle, particularly if that vehicle is driven in an unsafe manner. But if The post What Is Defensive Driving And How Can It Help Disabled Drivers? appeared first on Dr. Handicap.

  • 6 Good Driving Habits That Every Driver Should Develop
    by Admin on May 2, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    How can you stay safe on the road? To drive safely, it helps to develop good driving habits each time you get behind the wheel. Unfortunately, it’s all too easy to get into bad habits while driving – but this can put the safety of yourself, your passengers, and other drivers at risk. So what The post 6 Good Driving Habits That Every Driver Should Develop appeared first on Dr. Handicap.

  • Valet Parking And COVID: Everything You Need To Know To Stay Safe
    by Stephen Gilsenan on April 26, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Valet parking can be super convenient. It allows you to relax and not worry about finding a parking space during busy times in busy locations. At hotels, restaurants, and casinos, being able to avail of valet parking means you can spend more time enjoying yourself and less time searching for a parking space. Having your The post Valet Parking And COVID: Everything You Need To Know To Stay Safe appeared first on Dr. Handicap.

  • Driving And Cellphones: The Dangers And The Solutions
    by Stephen Gilsenan on April 23, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    Driving and cellphones are a troublesome combination. Only twenty years ago, cellphones were extremely rare and comically cumbersome machines. But these days, if you do not have a cellphone, you are in a vanishingly rare minority. They’re everywhere, and most people spend a good chunk of their waking hours staring at their cellphone screen. Cellphones The post Driving And Cellphones: The Dangers And The Solutions appeared first on Dr. Handicap.