So, hello there and thanks for checking out my blog! 🙂
It’s always kind of strange to do one of these “About Me” pages, but I’m going to give it a go.
First thing’s first, I started this blog to just have an outlet for my stories, my experiences and my life. At the time, the focus was on my life as a person with a disability–specifically Cerebral Palsy–but also life as a New England family girl through and through, a lover of all things fitness and health, a 20-something woman with strong roots in her Catholic faith, and a life-long learner. I have been blessed that it has had the opportunity to grow into so much more than a “disability blog”, and instead a place for me to speak, share, and inspire through each and every facet of my life.
I hold a M.S. in Professional and Rehabilitation Counseling and am a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor working as a vocational counselor, serving people with disabilities .
In addition to this, I am also an AFAA Certified Group Exercise Instructor with a huge passion for helping people find their strength through fitness. You can find more information about this by clicking on my “Fitness” tab above.