Hi, friends. Today’s disability chat discusses how my relationship with exercise has changed as my disability, Friedreich’s Ataxia, has progressed. A nagging sense of disappointment
Hi, friends. In today’s post, I’ll share some of my history/experience with my disability and exercise, detailing how exercise can and can’t help me bear
Hi, friends. Though I love using machines in the gym to strengthen my muscles (especially as a wheelchair user), I workout at home a lot,
Hi, friends. For those who struggle with standing, balancing, or walking due to illness and/or old age, daily minutiae becomes a huge burden once the
Hi, friends. I’ve mentioned before that I’m very reflective–bordering on obsessive. Especially when a situation either stresses me out or upsets me, certain thoughts run
Hi, friends. Did you know that people with a deficiency in one of the five senses sometimes exhibit a higher acuteness with their other senses?