Monthly Archives: September 2014

Creating The Power Of Your Personal Development

I’m super excited to share the newest addition of What’s Your Wheelchair, Inc. I am launching my own self improvement course, “The Power Of Your Personal Development.” It’s a beautiful course that can universally assist anyone in letting go of the wheelchairs in their life that are keeping them from[…] Read More →

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Dining Out Disabled

Mike and I are guilty of being foodies.  One of our favorite things to do is go out to dinner at a fantastic restaurant, offering superb food, wine and service. Since the fabulous ADA guidelines make ramps required at commercial businesses, logistically, there should not be any problems eating at[…] Read More →

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Remember Your Personal Power

In today’s economy, it can be difficult to find employment. I am chronically short staffed in my home, always needing home health aides. Ironically, however, the most jobs created Nationwide over the last twelve months have been in home health care. So with me needing staff, and with a multitude[…] Read More →

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The Future Is In Our Hands

On October 13th of this year, the Amy Alexander Foundation will hold it’s 16th annual golf outing. The Amy Alexander Foundation for Spinal Cord Injuries provides financial aid to myself and other people like me living with SCI. Our first fund- raiser twenty years ago was a penny social. We[…] Read More →

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Personal Development – Car to Castle

I absolutely love Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show. I adore his monologues, how he interacts and gets silly with his guests, and sometimes with just himself! 🙂 And it’s palpable through the television, as you watch him, how big his heart is and how good his intentions are. Steve Harvey was[…] Read More →

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A Lucky Girl’s Apology

This week, I’ve received  complaints from my readers regarding my lack of articles these last two weeks. You have my sincere apologies, and thank you so much for being a loyal enough reader to notice! 🙂 I promise to have an article posted by the end of this weekend. No[…] Read More →

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Thank You

I just want to say thank you from the bottom of my heart to all the people that read my articles from WhatsYourWheelchair.com, like them or have shared them over the past year. Sharing my articles on Facebook was the only way I could initially get them out to the[…] Read More →

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Summer’s End

It’s that time of year again… The end of summer. Labor Day is over, kids are starting  school with new backpacks and bouquets of freshly sharpened pencils. A few leaves have chosen to change their color, as an invitation to the seasons changing. Anybody who knows me is aware winter[…] Read More →

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