Mourning My Losses
A short list of mourning for the things my spinal cord injury took from me.
Memorable Moments of 2018
What an incredible year I’ve had! I want to recap my most memorable moments from 2018! I hope you enjoy reading as much as I did looking back.
Quieting Your Quit
The more you pay attention to your inner-dialogue, the more you can control it, controlling the way you show up, and quieting your quit.
The Price Of Life
“Estimating the price” of a human life sounds insensitive, although necessary in certain circumstances such as agreeing on a personal injury settlement, a decision in a murder case, or when sex trafficking organizations raise awareness for their cause. Humans are unique beings with unique perceptions and beliefs. We value individual humans within our life different amounts.
Should Sports Arenas Be Funded by the Public?
Public funding of sports arenas is not a cut and dried, yes or no question. Numerous factors contribute to either answer to this question. I conducted a poll of my…
My Biggest Hero is…….
To me, a hero is someone who shows courageous strength, even when the future is uncertain. A person who values the impact they leave on the individuals they serve. A hero is a person who, regardless of their fears or the doubt in their success, shows up anyway. An individual that continuously exhibits mental grit is a hero. Heroes are all around us.
Wheel With Me x iAccess x Purposity Partnership
iACCESS LIFE PARTNERS WITH WHEEL WITH ME, PURPOSITY TO BENEFIT SPINAL CORD INJURY SURVIVORS Mission-Driven Partnership Provides Assistance For Accessibility, Independent Living For Spinal Cord Injury Survivors Through Purposity Platform…
Taking A Step Back From Competitive Curling
In 2016 I was on a mission to try as many adaptive sports as possible. My goal was to show others the numerous activities available to them. Toward the end…
Excerpt From My Journal
In moments like these it’s easy to get caught up in everything I haven’t figured out how to do yet or choose not to do. As much as I would like to act like I am able to do everything I still have limitations.
10 Tips For Flying With A Manual Wheelchair
Flying is a pain without a disability, so after my injury I was pretty nervous about flying. Most airlines would charge an arm and a leg in baggage fees along…