My local grocery store has started carrying pre-cut vegetables like zucchini pasta, acorn squash pasta and sweet potato “rice.” The sweet potato rice is now a favorite of mine.Continue reading “Quadly Cooking: Sweet Potato Cinnamon Hash”
Over the years I have figured out how to stay warm. Without the ability to regulate my body temperature, dressing properly is very important.
Read my tips in this article for Bard Care by clicking on the picture below.
I did it. After several years of being restricted by a disobedient bowel program, I traveled solo for the first time after the BCIR procedure.Continue reading “Yes, I Traveled to Florida (But not for THAT Reason)”
It had been 10 long months since I’d had an occupational therapy session. And I was feeling the repercussions of it. Finally, I bit the bullet and purchased two sessions with a massage therapist.Continue reading “How and Why I Got a Professional Massage”
I’d like to punch the person who first used the phrase “confined to a wheelchair.” Or at least roll over their foot with my power chair.
Earlier this week I got riled up after reading a great article about my friend. Unfortunately, the phrase “confined to a wheelchair” stuck out to me and left a bad taste in my mouth (as my grandma would say).Continue reading “Do Not Tell Me I’m Confined to a Wheelchair”
It had been 9 years since my spinal cord injury. I had just graduated with my master’s degree in counseling psychology. Although I was uncertain of my future career, I was sure of one thing: I was taking a year off to have a series of surgeries called tendon transfers.Continue reading “How The Gift of Tendon Transfers Changed My Life”
I love soup. Warm. Easy. Comforting.
Watch the video to see how easy it is to make cheeseburger soup.
The recipe, as well as Tip and Tricks, are included. Continue reading “Quadly Cooking: Cheeseburger Soup”