The Invisible Ones

Here’s the thing about being disabled. You become a part of an invisible group whether you want to or not. Even if you’re very visible out in society. Even when people constantly point out your limp or ask about your wheelchair or ask about your disability…you’re still in an invisible group that society totally forgets … More The Invisible Ones

The Millennial

Lately I’ve been coming across an ever-increasing number of articles about millennials. In case you don’t know what this term refers to, this article gives a nice description. I myself fall into this category and the majority of the articles I see on the topic it seems, are not positive ones. The word that most … More The Millennial

Farewell 2016

2016 is coming to a close. There’s no doubt this has been a pretty awful year on many levels. Even in some personal ways, it hasn’t been stellar. I think people are forgetting what’s around the corner in 2017 though. I want to hold onto these last few hours we have of this year as … More Farewell 2016

Moving Forward

I couldn’t decide if I wanted to talk about the election or not. There’s been so much coverage on it and I think we’re all more than a little bit tired of hearing about it. But the results have been important especially for those of us who are female and disabled and this is a … More Moving Forward


As I lie here awake at 10:45 on a Saturday night (this is how you know you’ve passed the age of 30 by the way, when that feels late on a weekend), I’m stewing about a dream I had last night. I don’t want to wake any of my friends up by texting them about … More Dreams

Versatile Blogger Award

During a bit of a roller coaster week (actually, aren’t all weeks a bit of a roller coaster? Some are just Six Flags Magic Mountain-sized and some are Disneyland-sized), I was extremely honored to be nominated for the Versatile Blogger Award but one of my favorite bloggers at Greater Than Gravity. She blogs about having … More Versatile Blogger Award

Social Hate-dia

There are a lot of positives about social media. I’m able to keep in touch with friends I might not have been so easily able to otherwise. It’s a great way to further worthy causes and raise awareness. But it’s also a bit of a double edged sword. I’ve noticed this increasing trend of people … More Social Hate-dia