We’re already almost halfway through August and guys… I am in a rut. Big time. I originally wanted to write an update on how I’m doing with my 2018 goals, but then I came to the realization that I haven’t really accomplished anything. Like, at […]
Disability, lifestyle, and nerdy thoughts.
When I look back on my years at school, I’m mostly just amazed that I survived waking up at 5 am every day and was a functional human being by 7. I have no idea how I managed that, and I do not envy kids […]
I’ve lost count of how many times a stranger has stopped me when I’m out with my friends or family to pray for me. Even though it’s masked with good intentions, it’s probably one of my least favorite side effects that come with being disabled. […]
If I could tick just one thing off my bucket list, it’d be to travel. I’ve always daydreamed about going on an adventure, looking out a plane window to see fluffy white clouds, and exploring countries I’d only seen on tv. Every time my friends or […]
I’m originally from a small town in Pennsylvania where basically nothing ever happened and there was nothing fun nearby to do. Needless to say, I was pretty stoked when I moved to Florida. Suddenly I was so close to a city and tons of places […]
When you’re disabled, it can mean that you don’t have as much control over your life as you would if you were abled. Take me for an example, I have pretty little control over my body. With a disease like muscular dystrophy, your relationship with your […]
Somehow 2018 is halfway over and it’s been pretty brutal. Every time you log on and scroll through a news feed it’s just one terrible headline after another. Kids are in cages, racism is still alive and well, and our president continues to embarrass (and […]