Fear of Being Seen in a Wheelchair – from my journal 2019

(written 18 May 2019 – since then, I have embraced all the tools to get about, especially my new mobility scooter which I will write about another time). I’m beginning to let go of old expectations. Old beliefs. Were they even mine to begin with or were they ingrained from societal beliefs? I’m talking about…

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How things can change in a year – from feeling hopeless to limitless

How things can change in a year! This time last year I (for the first time) felt a sense of hopelessness and anger towards having CMT disease and how I felt I couldn’t fulfill my potential in life. This disability was making me so tired, fatigue like I’d never known. The condition was progressing (as…

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My Unintentional Year in Review and a Look at 2020

I haven’t blogged for a little while (I am learning to honour this cyclical nature of my creativity), but here I am – called to express myself again. When I opened up the blank document to write this blog I didn’t intend to write about my year in review or a look forward into 2020.…

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Self-Care as an INFP Introvert – A look back on an old blog post

It’s funny how the dots join together when looking back on your journal or old blog posts. Today I was looking through some old posts I wrote (from one of my old blogs), and found one in particular that jumped out at me and made me chuckle to myself in an “aha” moment kind of…

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A New Year, A New Chapter | 2019 Intentions

This is really an odd thing for me. Instead of journaling my revelations going into 2019, I am writing it here on the blog. Raw, real and I suppose vulnerable too. It’s a brand new year and I as usual, social media is bursting at the seams with New Year intentions, goals, upleveling, letting go…

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Daydreaming Problem: Not Being in Touch With my Body or Reality

By now you will know I am a daydreamer. An introverted, who loves living in my rich inner world, wouldn’t care if I didn’t speak to anyone or leave the house for a week kind of daydreamer.

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