We are pleased to present the winning entry from our writing contest. Our winner is India Scott. Many thanks to India and the others who have shared their stories with us!Read More
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This week, we are pleased to feature another Honorable Mention from Dee Leverenz. While her previous post inspired us to get out there and move, let’s just say that we could truly relate to this one. And of course, if you are looking for a safe, accessible workout you can do with a stability ball, please take a look at ours; it’s called Stability Ball Body. And now, here’s Dee:Read More
To keep moving is not always an easy thing for blind people to do. While we may want to stay active, may even seek it out, our vision oftentimes interferes and spoils our best-laid plans.
I discovered this firsthand after central vision loss left me legally blind in my mid-thirties. Along with giving up driving a car, I also resigned as proofreader for the local newspaper. Then I cancelled my gym membership.
The result? Frustration and anger over my many losses.Read More
We couldn't think of a better way to start 2017 than with this fantastic Honorable Mention from our writing contest.
Did my cardiac stent cause me to have muddled thinking?
by Dee Leverenz
Odd title? Perhaps… I’m planning on running in my first 5K in April of 2017 which will be two months short of my 63rd birthday. Sure let’s run my first 5K in my sixties, totally blind and not quite 2 years out from a heart stent! Muddled thinking? You decide…Read More