Category Delivering Access

This bacon saver tip was saved especially for YOU on my birthday today!

This tip I’m going to show you, literally saved the bacon I was cooking from being burned!

See the video below…

We didn’t send anything out this past Wednesday because I wanted you guys to get something special from me on my birthday!

Watch the video and come back to get more tips like this one and support the team using our Patreon link:

Did you answer this?

If you recall, last week I asked you to share with us what “quality of life” means to YOU.

We’ve had some great responses so far!

But, If you haven’t weighed in yet, there’s still time.

You can leave us a comment or fill out the brief survey below:

You can check out my response in the video below:

And be sure to join us Friday for the monthly Veterans webinar @ 10AM EST by using the information provided below.

We hope to see you there!

You are invited to a Zoom webinar.
When: Feb 8, 2019 10:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Topic: Life Altitude Series: What Does “Quality of Life” Mean?

Please click the link below to join the webinar:

Or iPhone one-tap :
US: +19292056099,,613086571# or +16699006833,,613086571#
Or Telephone:
Dial(for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):
US: +1 929 205 6099 or +1 669 900 6833
Webinar ID: 613 086 571
International numbers available:

Question for you! 🤔

Fedora has the unique opportunity to work with individuals, groups and communities around the world that have served our country both in war and in their civil duties.

Our veterans come back home and are often times disabled.

When this happens, we work with them to enhance their “quality of life”, but…

What does that mean exactly?

Everyone is different. Everyone has their own unique perspective on life and what the quality should be.

My question to you is…

When we say “quality of life”, what does that mean to you specifically?

Does that mean having employment, good health, creating music, making a movie or just being able to see your children and or grandkids grow up big and healthy?

Please, please take the survey below and give us some insight into your thoughts to this question.

We will be holding our monthly veterans technology webinar Friday, February 8th at 10am and we’ll be going over your replies to this one question survey on what quality of life means for everyone.

Replay plus Q & A for the Freestyle LibreLink System Subscriber

First off, we’d like to thank all of you for your participation in last weeks wearable technology webinar.

We really broke the internet with that one!

We received a ton of great questions.

So, this week we want to focus on going over those questions and hopefully helping everyone have a better understanding of this game changing technology.

If you missed last weeks webinar, don’t worry!

You can catch the replay on YouTube before tomorrows broadcast at the link below and be sure to click subscribe to stay up to date anytime we post a new video.

To join us tomorrow, use the information provided below…

When: Jan 11, 2019 10:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Topic: Q & A for the Freestyle LibreLink System

Please click the link below to join the webinar:

Or iPhone one-tap :
US: +16699006833,,696390934# or +19292056099,,696390934#
Or Telephone:
Dial(for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):
US: +1 669 900 6833 or +1 929 205 6099
Webinar ID: 696 390 934
International numbers available:

I’m on social security… I can’t afford it.” – Plus the IG $100 winner!

Often times we get someone that says they can’t afford our services…

and it breaks my heart!

Not because of the money factor, but because of the mindset that the person saying it has.

We hope to change your perspective with this weeks video.

We also wanted to thank each and every one of you for following us on Instagram.

You helped us DOUBLE our following over the past two months and we couldn’t be more grateful.

Tune in below to learn more about how you can access our services AND the announcement of the $100 Instagram prize winner!

Wearable Tech Series: Tired of pricking your finger as a diabetic?

The world has changed forever for those of us that are blind and live with diabetes! Instead of sticking a needle in our fingers…

why not just use your iPhone to get your blood sugar readings?

The Freestyle Librelink sensor and an accessible app on your phone makes the old way of monitoring sugar levels a thing of the past.

Let’s discuss how the system works, see a demonstration and get informed.

Most importantly…

Let’s upgrade our quality of life!

Join us…

When: Jan 4, 2019 10:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Topic: Wearable Tech Series: Tired of pricking your finger as a diabetic?

Please click the link below to join the webinar:

Or iPhone one-tap :
US: +19292056099,,612393357# or +16699006833,,612393357#
Or Telephone:
Dial(for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):
US: +1 929 205 6099 or +1 669 900 6833
Webinar ID: 612 393 357
International numbers available:

VaShaun Answers: How do I use the iOS keyboard? + a free money tip!

You guys are full of great questions this month! Here is another one we received recently with my response via video below. 

See my response here + an exclusive free money tip:… Don’t forget we’re giving away $100 to TWO lucky Instagram followers!All you have to do is…1. Head over to Click that “FOLLOW” button.3. Help us reach 200 followers by 12AM EST on December 21st.That’s all it takes!

Instagram is now more accessible than ever + big giveaway news … video inside!

Since Instagram is becoming more accessible than ever, we’ve decided to extend our $100 giveaway AND double it!

That’s right, TWO WINNERS will win $100 each!

Just for clicking a button – you can do that, right?

And, who couldn’t use a little extra money for the holidays?


All you have to do is…

  1. Head over to

  2. Click that “FOLLOW” button.

  3. Help us reach 200 followers by 12AM EST on December 21st.

That’s all it takes!

Check out this video explaining the exciting news:

Be All That You Can Be

Recently, we received this lovely and inspiring message in response to one of our videos.

So, we thought it’d be great to share with you on this beautiful day before Thanksgiving.

Marcie wrote:

“Keep preaching the truth. There used to be an ad for the army that said, “Be all you can be.”

Of course, it included “in the army.”

I have been blind since birth and was told that I had to be twice as good to even be (sort of) equal.

But, when it came to vocational rehabilitation (as a client), I was supposed to take anything the placement specialist wanted me to take for a job.

I didn’t completely accept what he said, but I was underemployed for almost 22 years so I felt a bit helpless.

When I went back to get two masters degrees; one in vocational rehabilitation counseling and the other in vision rehabilitation therapy.

I came in with the attitude that I was not going to treat my clients the way I was treated.

I go with the premise that the cup is half full, not half empty and that even though a person can’t do something the same way they did it before a vision loss.

They still need to find a way to do the things they want to do, just maybe a different way.

Even if it’s truly not possible, like flying a plane with no vision, they can adapt.

Whether it be helping build the plane or repairing it or owning an air service…

So, keep on encouraging others who are blind/vision impaired to dare to dream and achieve their dreams.”

Watch below for my thoughts on what Marcie had to say: