The harsh reality is that at some point throughout our lives we will all experience hardship and pain to some degree. Once we accept that truth, the question then becomes...what do we do with the hardship and pain we face in life? Do we let it consume and control our lives and steal our happiness from us or do we find a better way to manage it? Regardless of whether the pain in your life … Continue reading Three steps to help you manage hardship and pain in life.
An unfortunate truth in life is that our human instincts often fill our brain with negativity and self-doubt in the face of adversity. I know this to be true because this was the brutal uphill battle I fought after the injury that ended my military career. Check out this week's blog about the one word I used to help me reframe my own negativity and self-doubt into life-changing positivity and inspiration. The truth is, it … Continue reading What one word can help eliminate self-doubt?
There are 1,440 minutes in a day and 10,080 in a week. Would you sacrifice just one of the valuable moments if it meant you might learn something that could change your life? Wouldn't it be amazing if finding happiness in life was as easy as just doing more of what we love? How cool would it be if we could just find ways to do more of what makes us happy and that in … Continue reading Video: The happiness hack that will change your life forever! 1-Minute Life Lessons: Episode #5
We all know how difficult life can be at times but I do believe life becomes easier when we share our experiences with others. This video shares the perspective I've used to face and overcome the challenges in my life which is why I want to share it with all of you. I hope it brings you some inspiration. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rIhjYgFzZ0s If you found inspiration in this video, share it with someone else in your life … Continue reading Video: The best way to face challenges in life
It should come as no surprise that living life with a disability presents an extra set of challenges in a world that's difficult enough already. I must admit, I never thought I would experience these challenges myself at the ripe old age of 23, but I certainly did. Now, six years after my injury, I continue to face struggles and challenges associated with my disability everyday and that is exactly why I wrote this post. … Continue reading My memoir of living life with a disability…