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
“In the simplest terms, transition is change. In a broader sense however, transitions are life’s way of asking us to reexamine our present way of being. These transitions can be predictable such as a child leaving for college or marriage, or they can be unpredictable, such as the sudden death of a loved one or … Continue reading What Transitional Period Are You In?
All of us grow up domesticated by society and those closest to us. As don Miguel Ruiz quotes in his book, The Four Agreements, “The process of domestication you learn that you need to be a certain way in order to be accepted.” I was raised that success = happiness. My greatest influence in my … Continue reading What is success?
What is time? Time is an arbitrary and abstract concept that we revolve our lives around. We pay so much attention to it while at the same time we are constantly losing it. We schedule our days to the minute; trying to fit all of life’s expectations in what we are told is a twenty-four-hour … Continue reading One Step At A Time
As you get older, your priorities begin to change: you start your career, build a family, and develop into the individual you are meant to be. During transitional periods of life, you begin to notice who your true friends are. I’ve learned that people come into our lives when we need them the most. Whether … Continue reading Don’t Let Anyone Who Doesn’t Have Your Back, Hold You Back.