I’ve written about the outdoors and it’s benefits to people from all walks of life. I’ve written about my love for including people with disabilities in outdoor activities. I’ve written about being authentic, yet I’m not sure I have been. I know I’ve alluded to my own disability, but I haven’t really written about it… Continue reading My Invisible Illness
This blog was originally started to motivate people with physical and mental disabilities. I think this counts perfectly because last night I attended a show in Brantford where two people spoke about the challenges they face with brain injury. I had seen Melanie’s show at a local comedy night before, and already knew she’s hilarious.… Continue reading And now for something entirely different.
I hadn’t really intended to write anything about Thanksgiving and being grateful. Personally I think you should be grateful about something every single day. However the last week or so I’ve had a very trying week. And it’s been wonderful that even though I haven’t really felt up to getting outside, I’ve got some people… Continue reading Grateful
A friend of mine shared a very poignant video with me this morning. It’s a smidge long, but I felt compelled to watch it in its entirety once he started speaking. I’ve alluded to how I feel about this before, but I’m starting to think my focus on the blog was not what I’d originally… Continue reading Depression and Social Media
Sometimes it feels difficult in the online universe to really be yourself. Or to really want to be yourself. If that makes sense? Since I started this blog, I’ve made so many good connections. I’ve stumbled on travel blogs from other countries with amazing pictures, athletes, models etc. It’s so nice to see that there’s… Continue reading What you see is what you get. AKA Being authentic in the online world.