Yesterday, I decided I wanted to get started on my May bullet journal layouts. The layout for daily pages that I’m currently using is working well. I figured that since I’m still new to bullet journals I would change it up anyway. That way I can try new things for a while so I can … Continue reading Jump Start On May Bullet Journal Layouts
For those of my readers who are traumatic brain injury (TBI) patients, I thought you might benefit from hearing about what my exercise routine is. Keep in mind, that it has been over a year since my accident. For me, this is a strenuous exercise routine. When I first started PT, I could hardly hold … Continue reading My Daily Exercise Routine (TBI Style)
I loved this book just as much as I loved “Girl Wash Your Face”. If you feel like you are not living your best life, or have goals that you don’t believe you can achieve, this book is for you. Embracing Our Uniqueness She encourages us to embrace who we are. All the things about … Continue reading Book Review: “Girl Stop Apologizing” by Rachel Hollis
I wrote a little while ago about my latest adventure on my traumatic brain injury (TBI) recovery journey, bullet journaling! Just in case you didn’t catch that first post that explained my reasoning for giving this a try, let me give you a quick catch up. Crazy Journal Girl So I have always been a … Continue reading Bullet Journaling Update For My TBI Tribe
So you might have read the last post I wrote about the necessary skills for learning how to canter but still feel unsure. Here are some other things to try to help you prepare! Talk To Your Trainer Let your trainer know how you are feeling. If there is something specific you are concerned about, … Continue reading 26. Still Not Sure If You Are Ready To Canter?
Take a look at this list. If you can check yes to most of these than I would say that you are about ready to start learning how to canter! Skills Riders Need In Order To Canter Safely Good Basic Position: Straight line from shoulder to hip to heel. Deep Seat: Ability to sit deep … Continue reading 25. Are You Ready To Canter?
I know, I know…I’m screwing up the routine. I always post quotes to start the week on Monday. After yesterday’s pep talk of a post. It was a good talk, but a serious one. I need a day off from the deep, serious stuff. So I’m going to show you some pictures of my life … Continue reading Happy Monday – It’s Pictures Today
As I have said a zillion times before, since my accident I have had a ton of time to think. Too much thinking is bad for someone who already has anxiety. Since it’s been a year since my accident. That is a lot of thinking time. I have thought about things I did in the … Continue reading Partly Cloudy or Partly Sunny? Your Choice!
So anyone who knows anything about me knows that I’m all about journaling. I have tons of journals, for all different topics. When I go to Michaels, AC Moore or Target, I cannot resist looking at all the journals. Different colors, different materials. Some have lines, some have dots, some have blank pages. It’s like … Continue reading My Latest Adventure (Bullet Journaling)
Stop Believing The Lies About Who You Are, So You Can Become Who You Are Meant To Be Just One Thing Real Quick… Before I tell you how great this book is, I have to brag on my progress in my TBI rehabilitation. It has been over a year since my accident, to be specific, … Continue reading Book Review: “Girl, Wash Your Face” By Rachel Hollis