When I graduated from high school, I wasn’t excited about college. I was just excited to be done with high school. While my classmates and friends would excitedly chatter about which university they’d been accepted to, I’d stay quiet and smile. I didn’t have the […]
Disability, lifestyle, and nerdy thoughts.
Being single at 27 can really suck sometimes. Not that I think there’s anything wrong with being single at all, because there’s tons of times when I’m actually grateful to be so. But when you see your friends getting engaged, married, having kids, starting like… […]
Living with a disability looks different for everyone. My brother and I have the same diagnosis and have pretty different experiences. But regardless of your disability, you might find that it’s hard for you to do things that come easily for others. Which can feel […]
There’s a lot of curiosity surrounding disabled people and what our lives are like. When people learn about muscular dystrophy they sort of picture my life as being pretty unpleasant. But I think a lot of people would be surprised to see that a day […]
I talk about mental health so often because I’ve seen first hand just how important it can be to prioritize it. It’s really tempting to just want to shove negative thoughts and feelings into a dark room and shut the door, but mental health is […]