Happy 2018! Having trust in yourself is an important mindset that will see you through the New Year and beyond.
Help is a gift that needs no unpacking. It comes in many sizes, shapes, and actions, and, it surpasses the rules of time and space. Good neighbourly giving it the best.
Everyone feels lost in the weeds of life at times. When illness and disability are in the mix it can happen more often than not.
A shift in thinking is by far the best method of self-correcting a low mood that come about due to physical illness or disability
September was a BIG month for me this year. I had a double-doozy of big celebrations. This year marked my 60th birthday and on the same day my partner and I got married. How’s that for a birthday present?!
Confidence is one of those things that you don’t see coming or going but it is necessary for driving a vehicle. Having the right vehicle and tools can expand your ability exponentially.
It’s good to be back in the driver’s seat, creating all sorts of interesting things on the web.
I haven’t been able to write any blog posts for the past wee while because I‘ve been dealing with a nasty wound on my leg.
Well-being is an inside job – 100 percent of the time. It doesn’t come from what’s happening around you, or even from the state of your health. Well-being comes directly from your thinking.
I doubt I’ll ever get use to being taken care of; it’s an odd feeling. On the one hand, I feel relieved. Gone are the days of pushing myself beyond what is good for me.
Anticipated pain is stressful and always lasts longer than the actual pain itself. This is an issue I struggle with in relation to my feet.
Humming creates a small pleasant vibration in my body. Granted, it’s tiny, but it’s there. Small comforts go a long way to help deal with chronic pain.
Boredom can leave you feeling defeated when physical limitations force you to change your activities, but there is another option.