Keeping in Touch {Vintage Post}

It’s not impossible. More often than not, it’s within reach. The slim gray rectangle capable of so much hardly does whats it’s named for anymore, a phone call. Sure, I’m dictating text messages on it regularly and often reading internet articles and occasionally verifying traffic jams as Stockton and I sit on the beltway. Using…

Making a Move

We do it for a lot of reasons. Health. Weight loss. Routine. Exercise can be a chore or something we look forward to, but we all need some. As I age, I notice how my metabolism slows. How after a longer hike my legs seem to take longer to recover. How my knees crack and…

Holiday Breaks

Eggnog dusted with nutmeg. Houses framed in strings of twinkling lights. Grocery stores packed with gridlock. What’s not to love about the holidays. The year is winding down. If you’re looking for some seasonal reads as you wait in line or if you’re cozy at home and between episodes of The Great British Bake Off, check…

An Easy Way to Increase Engagement with Holiday Social Posts and Newsletters

Are you guilty of it? The issue causes disappointment. Which is similar to the confusion I feel when a person helping me says the non-directive, “Oh, it’s over there.” Where is there, I wonder. I scroll through Instagram smiling at smiling terriers and I’m like, like, liking…and then I pause with disappointment. A lack of…

Myth Busted

It happens where I spend a lot of time. And I speak for myself, not for everyone who uses a white cane. However, some of my peers have had similar experiences. The first place where it happened is my home. Shocker: I don’t use my white cane in my house, I check my movement in…