I am often asked how I stay so focused and positive. I will prepare a full comprehensive answer of this in a future post, but today I illustrate just what this has done (and is continuing to do) for my rehab and progress, even over a year on from the initial amputation.Continue reading “#214 The power of positivity”
It’s coming up to a year since I elected to have my leg amputated. So my achievements this week are made all the more poignant. The main one being.. racing the actual racing bike – for its very first time!
I had so many comments and questions about how I actually went about teaching myself how to ride again that I thought I would explain my process – step by step. (Maybe it will save you some time too!)Continue reading “#203 How to learn to ride a bike again as an amputee”
There are a lot of ways people can be classified as disabled. Did you know that there is a category in the Paralympics for intellectual disability – which includes autism? My disability might be physical and outwardly visible (sometimes) but I discovered something else this week that is an invisible addition to that physical disability.Continue reading “#202 Don’t outwardly judge disability”
Life throws us curve balls all the time. It’s all about how you deal with them. I didn’t want to be right about this one.. but it could change everything for me and how I perceive my future.