Hustle and Bustle Advice of Blogging: Payment/Donation

For months I’ve been trying to decide how to keep this blog running and raise money at the same time; until it happens to be on a snowy day that I manage to work around the idea to which I read someone’s blog, that convince me to do the same but use it on a base line of donating 50% off the profit that I make from it to two charities.

Obviously it’s up to you guys if you want to donate money towards the charities that I have put up in my top box of where the money is going. Knowing that this blog will still be running for with what ever is left each month from the money that’s been sent to the two charities.

Every so often I’ll add a donation button on a blog post that seems fitting at the time but it probably be most likely to be on my Hustle and Bustle Advice of Blogging each reach because it’s more suited to be on here than any other blog post. It’s just a thought at the moment but you can find it in the top box with other pages under payment – 50% of the money will go towards the charities.

I hope you guys will help me raise the money for the two charities to help get their voices be heard as they are the ones suffering in silences get forgotten about at the end of the day. They still get ignored by the public because they seem different one charity s that they were born with the conditions that they have and the second charity is that they gave their lives to save ours and our country, let their voices be heard and let the public accept them for who they are.
Thank you

Lizzy x

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Day 17 Of 30 Days Challenge for Autumn: Alzheimers Society Charity

Alzheimer/dementia to me is horrible because seeing someone close to me living with it; having carers helping to look after them whilst looking after my other ill grandparent well keeping an eye on them, ideally looking after the one who needs it the most but at the end of the day they both need looking after.

Yet what’s the best part is that they always catch you out by saying something that you don’t expect them to say or do; but on the other hand it is worrying at the best of times when they do something extremely dangerous, and they don’t remember doing it at all. Let me explain what Alzheimer’s mean.

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia. Dementia describes itself a set of symptoms which includes memory loss, difficulties with thinking, problem-solving or language. These types of systems can occur when the brain is damaged by certain diseases which include Alzheimer’s Disease.

The disease is named after a doctor who has first described it was called Alois Alzheimer to which is a physical disease that affects the brain. There are more than 520,000 people in the UK with the disease. During the course of the disease, proteins build up in the brain to form structures called ‘plaques’ and ‘tangles’. Which leads to the loss of connections between nerve cells and eventually to the death of the nerve cells and loss of the brain tissues.

People who have Alzheimer’s can also have a shortage of some important chemicals in their brain. These chemicals are messengers to help to transmit signals around the brain. Where there is a shortage of them the signals are not easily transmitted to be able to come effectively as they use to be.

To find out more information about Alzheimer’s please click the link below.