What Is Your Superpower?

Over the holidays…whoa, wait, what? Did I just type over the holidays? Aren’t we a few months past the holidays, anxiously awaiting Spring and trees with leaves and flowers blooming and sunshine and warmth? With an emphasis on warmth? Yes, yes to all. Don’t judge me. I am so awaiting warm Spring like everyone else … [Read more…]

Balancing Act

I opened my eyes, panicked, trying to focus on the big blue blur of the alarm clock. As I fumbled for my glasses I realized it was 6:22 a.m. and my daily me time had *poof*, vanished in slumber. I can’t remember the last time I slept through an alarm. I must have needed the … [Read more…]

My Favorite Smoothie

I have been making smoothies on a regular basis since the beginning of 2016. Smoothies are a fantastic way to pack a bunch (4 or more cups in a single serving) of dense nutrients into your body. I once timed myself and when totally focused, I can prep my fruits and veggies and be sipping … [Read more…]

No legs? No problem.

“I’m going too fast!” I shouted into sharp, crisp air that would never deliver the message to the man tethered behind me. My words vanished into the wind leaving only unrecognizable, soft sounds drifting. Flashes of icy mist whizzed past my cheeks and in the moment I was so thankful for borrowed ski goggles. “Left!” … [Read more…]

Bumblebee, You Saved Me.

This blog post is dedicated to Bumblebee, the fashionably yellow scooter that opened me back up to life’s endless possibilities.  Disclaimer: no thing can replace the humans in my life that lift me up day in and day out. No thing can replace the giving and undying commitment of my family and friends to help … [Read more…]

I’m Not Oprah, But I’ve Got Favorite Things. The 2018 Gift Guide. A Teeny Tiny Bit Late…

Last year, well technically 2017, I published my first ever favorite things list. It was so much fun that I’m back again with this year’s round up of all the things that make me swoon. Except, I’m a little late. Like, after-the-holidays-and-into-a-new-year late. Oops. Consider this an 11 month early start, or a guide to … [Read more…]