S I was taught to not show weakness, specifically, my emotions. My dad always said to me that by allowing people to see me sad, angry, scared, etc., would give people the reaction they desired and could possibly be used against me. I have lived much of my life by this theory and in many … Continue reading Showing Emotion, A Weakness or A Strength
Don’t get me wrong, there are many things in life that are out of our control. One thing we are in control of, is our perspective of it. If we choose to focus on the negative, you’ll find yourself wallowing in self-pity. If you focus on the positive, then you will be able to find … Continue reading Meet Gavin Clauser
Yesterday my friend Chris and I were asked to come educate the trainers on adaptive workouts at Upstate Nevada. Upstate Nevada a new local gym and the first nonprofit facility for community fitness in Reno. They are motivated by the philosophy that “nobody should be denied a healthy lifestyle due to physical, cognitive or financial … Continue reading Upstate Nevada
I believe that everything happens for a reason. Some of our life experiences are more painful than others, but these are the ones that we gain the most self growth. Although we may not immediately understand how these experiences impact our lives, as time goes on we are able to look back at the lessons … Continue reading Everything Happens For A Reason
Catherine Winter I recently read a blog by Catherine Winter called, “Why Is Life So Hard? And What ONE Thing Makes It Easier?” She states that we can alleviate a lot of personal misery by establishing what’s really important to us, and what isn’t; what we need, and what we can offer others. Winter offers … Continue reading What Can We Do To Make Life Easier?
I planned on having an interview today with a longtime friend and client, but life happened and we had to postpone our meeting. With that being said, I have sat here for the last two and a half hours trying to think of what to write about and honestly, I’m completely drawing a blank. So, … Continue reading This is my purpose…
I’d like you to meet my dad, Jim Huebner. My Dad is the smartest person I know. He has taught me to be strong, courageous, and humble. He is the root to all of my knowledge and wisdom. He is the reason I am the woman I am today. I felt that it was necessary … Continue reading Meet my dad, Jim Huebner.
If you have read my last few posts, you have learned that my passion is to provide people with spinal cord injuries and other forms of paralysis, a safe place to continue to reach their physical goals with the guidance, support, inspiration, and resources to live their highest quality of life. My fear of pursuing … Continue reading What I Have To Offer
The best way to describe how I feel right now, is that I’m scared. I turn 27 in a couple of days and graduate with my Masters degree in less than a month. The pressure is on. It is time for me to take action in becoming who I want to be, what I want … Continue reading Am I as Lost as I thought?
Wellness and Educated, while Living Independently, with Value and Empowerment As long as I can remember, my purpose in life has always been to help others. I graduated high school from Robert McQueen High School in 2010, and went into completing my Bachelors of Science in Community Health Sciences at the University of Nevada, … Continue reading W.E. L.I.V.E