On Keeping Pace

I want to preface this post by saying that I know people with disabilities that use a wheelchair have an entirely additional set of circumstances and frustrations in the ways people interact or behave. What I speak to below is based only on my own personal experience. When you’re living with a disability there are … More On Keeping Pace

Self-Isolation: Week 8

Today was a tough one. It’s interesting to see how my emotions have morphed throughout this whole thing. I was completely overwhelmed with anxiety in the beginning. I didn’t know how this was ever going to end. Then eventually I just accepted that this is the new normal. Life is going to involve wearing masks … More Self-Isolation: Week 8

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

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

Poky-ing Around

I noticed this article from Conde Nast Traveler on LinkedIn today. It seemed like an intriguing idea, especially since I had an international trip coming up and I work in travel. Then I got to one particular sentence part of the way through and I was floored: “Don’t let yourself get stuck walking behind someone poky.” This … More Poky-ing Around

Book Recommendation: Twelve Steps to a Compassionate Life

As an avid inspiration junkie, but also an avid reader, I decided to start a new segment on the blog. Welcome to my very first book recommendation! I heard Karen Armstrong speak on a podcast back in December on the idea of compassion in relation to all of the religions of the world. I immediately … More Book Recommendation: Twelve Steps to a Compassionate Life