Being a “good” patient

It takes more than patience to be a good patient. The below was my post on ratemds.com regarding experiences with my orthopedic surgeon, as this journey is not over yet. And it’s up to me in how I deal with the emotions that come along for the ride… I saw Dr. Dwyer for a second […]

The Three P’s of Progress

rogress. Progress occurs when we are living mindfully, practicing patience, keeping things in perspective, and persevering when life throws you a curveball. When we get wrapped up in always moving forward, not acknowledging where we’ve come from and how much changed has taken place, we tend to rob ourselves of the joy and satisfaction earned […]

Walking the Walk

I love talking-the-talk and can stand up here on my soapbox and say whatever’s on my mind and go on and on about how my “mindset” is changing and that’s great. But unless I start putting action behind my words, then what’s the point? How am I motivating anyone, let alone myself, if I don’t […]

break out the ice packs

I did a workout on Monday in an attempt to freshen things up and do something different. I broke out an old favourite, P90X Kenpo! This is actually a really fun workout that is kinda sorta like kick-boxing but isn’t. You throw punches, jabs, uppercuts, blocks and you get to do a few different kicks […]