Five years is enough

I have a question primarily for other brain injury survivors but if anyone lose feels like they have something to say, you are welcome to answer. As I have said before, I'm having a lot of trouble finding a job, I have been to a lot of interviews and applied to even more jobs but … Continue reading Five years is enough

Don’t give up, believe in yourself

Looking back to my blog post on June 14, 2015, I found that it was very short, pushing people to just keep moving. At the moment I was talking about walking, running, swimming, and I still encourage people to do this, but now I'm thinking I should get moving to do something with my life. … Continue reading Don’t give up, believe in yourself

21 months!!!

Out of everything that happened in 2016,  the best thing was that I didn't have any seizures in 2016. Now I have been seizure free for so long I forgot that yesterday marked my 21st month seizure free!!!  That makes one year and nine months seizure free, which means I only have 3 months left … Continue reading 21 months!!!

My shoulder- Day 3

First, the thing I sprained or caused whatever it is that's bothering me, is my shoulder. I woke up this morning because it was bothering me, well not bothering, it hurt! It was  swollen today too. So I went to the doctor, a family doctor, and after looking at it and asking me all the … Continue reading My shoulder- Day 3

May the force be with us

I have a pretty cool epilepsy t-shirt, but I saw this today  shared by Wearing Purple for my Love, on Facebook and I thought it was just awesome. I think these epilepsy t-shirts help show that epilepsy is nothing to mess with, but if we're strong, we can beat it. I think the force can help … Continue reading May the force be with us

A day without a smartphone

As of today most homes and businesses were said to have their power re established. I know that most people I know who still didn't have power, got it back sometime between last night and this morning but there are still over 17,000 people without light or power in their homes or businesses.These people are … Continue reading A day without a smartphone

One small step for me, one giant step for TBI rehab

I have been driven to and from work twice a week every week for almost six months, since I got my job, because of my fear of crossing the avenue between my office and my house by myself. I had been lucky to always have somebody to drive me or cross the avenue with me, … Continue reading One small step for me, one giant step for TBI rehab

Long day, worth it

I started working at 8:30 this morning at another press conference which was fun because I got to work at the entrance asking people to sign in, this made me feel powerful. I don’t know if I took my job way too seriously but I felt like a bouncer when I had to tell people … Continue reading Long day, worth it

Keep it up, don’t quit now

Summer is officially over, at least for me. My summer companion and my ride, my mom, started working today. That's it,the two month's went by too fast, as they do every summer and on the end of summer I let myself down. Why? Because on the very first day of August, of this new semester, … Continue reading Keep it up, don’t quit now

This is not a diet

This summer has been a rude awakening for me, showing me that I need to worry about my weight. I never cared about this, I love to eat and that's true love, I will never abandon it, but I forgot I can't eat everything on my plate and then have two, maybe three scoops of … Continue reading This is not a diet