Monthly Archives: May 2015

A Significant Income

One of the most challenging things living with a spinal cord injury is the finances.  It certainly isn’t the first thing I initially thought of. I don’t think it ever crossed my mind. I’m sure the financial wheels in my family’s head were turning immediately after my injury because they[…] Read More →

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Paralyzed, I Taught My Niece How To Tie Her Shoes

Regardless of how confident an individual we are, self doubt creeps in at times for all of us. While inspirational articles and motivating quotes are at our fingertips via the Internet, I think it’s important for each of us to have our own story. A challenging situation or circumstances we[…] Read More →

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You Can Do Anything Because…

Self-improvement information is it available to us easier than ever, largely due to social media and the Internet.  You can read inspirational quotes by the dozen on Facebook and Twitter, you can purchase a book on Amazon and have it instantly available on your device of choice. Or, you can even follow[…] Read More →

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Take Action To “Fakebook”

What do we normally see on our Facebook page?  Pictures, an inspirational quote, pictures, a naughty T-shirt saying, more pictures. Funny, happy, silly postings the majority of the time, right? But what about when life downright stinks? It happens to us all, I think. Why don’t we post those times?[…] Read More →

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For All The Mothers

Regardless of your age, you’ll always be a child. The reason for this is you have a mother, and you will always be her child. Don’t confuse what I’m saying with, ”you’ll always act like a child.” That’s an issue for Dr. Freud, not me!:-) A mother is the Rock[…] Read More →

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Our GIFT Of Paying Dues

Paying dues does not sound fun. Not to me, anyway, and I’m guessing most folks would agree. But that’s upon first glance. Paying dues for a lifetime is one of the key ingredients to success and happiness. Recently,  I’ve invested in a company that teaches you how to make your[…] Read More →

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