After a very long day yesterday, I have been tired all day, since this morning when I took my medicine at 8 am and went right back to sleep for 2 hours and a half. I was tired last night when I came home and I've been tired all day. Because of this I was … Continue reading Live, laugh and forget you’re tired
It's that time again, soccer time. Every four years, when it's time for the FIFA World Cup, I get lost in the world of soccer. I don't follow the games during the year, but when it comes to the World Cup, I'm watching. It started this morning, at 11:00 a.m. and I couldn't watch the … Continue reading FIFA World Cup: Russia 2018
I spent all day at home with my dogs, so I decided to finish the online course I had already started on Udemy. It was supposed to take me a few hours to finish but I didn't have time the day I began and kept putting it off until today I saw an open window … Continue reading I got a certificate!
Remember that new job I talked about a month ago? Yes, the one as a blogger. Well that job is still going on and the first post was posted yesterday on LinkedIn. This post already has several views and likes, which makes me very happy. Seeing that my writing gets any response at all just … Continue reading First post for my new job
Every brain injury is different, all brain injury survivors suffer and heal differently. Someone may have more cognitive problems than others or more problems sleeping. This is very interesting because I was that I have a lot of cognitive problems, some that I didn't really recognize until I saw them on the image. I have … Continue reading Brain Injury Signs
At the beginning of the year I talked about a few things a needed to fix in 2018, one of which was getting a job. I did start off the year with a job as a tutor for kids in elementary school but I wanted something more, something that helped me practice what I worked … Continue reading New job as a blogger!
Don't forget to take a look at my pages for articles on Epilepsy and TBI. I am constantly looking for new and interesting articles to share. Hope you enjoy them! Pages- TBI Epilepsy
Two years ago Unstoppable María started to grow, trying to reach a larger audience. Find un, friend us We were still pretty new to the blogging world but t decided to try to also navigate the web outside of WordPress, reaching places like Facebook, Twitter and even YouTube, among others. It was a lot of … Continue reading Growing on Pinterest
Since I started my new job, tutoring, I have left writing my book aside. I did not do that consciously, I just noticed on my visit to the psychiatrist this week. I sent what I had done since I got another idea about how to write it but, I haven't done much with it and … Continue reading Can’t keep getting distracted
I keep saying I am so open about my brain injury and I usually am but lately I feel like I don't have to give everyone so many details. Like telling the kids I tutor; I don't really need to tell them, they're kids and I feel like that's just too much information. Today I … Continue reading They don’t need to know
On December 2, 2016 I wrote about not having a job this Christmas in a post called Christmas without a job. I tried all year to not end the year without a job, but I'm sad to say I had no luck. What's even sadder is that this year I never had a job, unlike … Continue reading Come on Unstoppable María!
Today I added another page to my blog, this page is about my dogs, my life with them and I will share pictures, anecdotes and interesting stuff I learn about dogs. I hope you like it!
After reading Becoming Comfortable with "My" Epilepsy: Strategies that Patients Use in the Journey from Diagnosis to Acceptance and Disclosure I think it's important to recognize that first, epilepsy is not an easy thing to deal with and that we all have different methods of coping with it. The first time I remember being told … Continue reading The first time I heard I have epilepsy
I want to share the motivating story of a brain injury survivor who has made it her mission to help others by sharing her story and information about Brain Injury. So meet Michelle Munt, who was in a car accident in 2014 on her way to work as a truck hit the back of her … Continue reading Jumbled Brain- A story of survival
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