In the Kitchen with iLevel® Technology

I finally like cooking again! And it’s even more enjoyable for me with iLevel® technology on my Edge® 3 Power Wheelchair. Here are some of the ways that iLevel helps me in the kitchen. Saving Time When it comes to cooking, iLevel® technology is fantastic because it saves me time. It only takes me 15Continue reading “In the Kitchen with iLevel® Technology”

Inclusivity in Hollywood: Part 1

I’ve been thinking about how people with disabilities are represented in television and film. Good representation or increased representation can help to form positive and inclusive opinions. Not enough or poor representation can lead to untrue and inaccurate depictions and basic ignorance. Disability Representation in the Top 100 Grossing Films As a disabled woman IContinue reading “Inclusivity in Hollywood: Part 1”

Inclusivity in Hollywood: Part 2

In the first half of this blog, I talk about how disability representation in Hollywood, in both television and films. Unfortunately, we have a long way to go. My husband is considering a few writing projects and has enlisted me as a sounding board. The topic of disability representation played a big part in someContinue reading “Inclusivity in Hollywood: Part 2”

My Trip to Kansas in My Power Wheelchair

It’s summer vacation and I needed some time to relax. So I went along with my family on their trip to Kansas. Unfortunately, my dad wasn’t able to come because it was a last-minute trip, so I went with my stepmom and stepbrother. Let me tell you something about our ride to Kansas. It wasContinue reading “My Trip to Kansas in My Power Wheelchair”

Fighting the Stigma of Power Wheelchairs

Kids love machines. We recently got a new gadget that infuses still water with carbonation to cut down on our family’s consumption of single-use sparkling water bottles and cans. Observing this device in action was a major event when we hosted one of my kids’ playmates for dinner recently.  As exciting as a seltzer makerContinue reading “Fighting the Stigma of Power Wheelchairs”

Vacationing with My iLevel® Wheelchair

For the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began, my family and I took a vacation to a place that is very special to us: Greensboro, Georgia. I attended the Mansfield Oil Golf Classic in hopes to raise funds to help those with life-threatening conditions. The event was a lot of fun and I’m excitedContinue reading “Vacationing with My iLevel® Wheelchair”

Sakina Shamsi: My Greatest Fashion Accessory

I’ve written about wheelchair fashion in the past. What many people may not realize is that it’s actually quite fun to jazz up your wheelchair and personalize it. There are so many ways to make your motorized wheelchair fun and trendy! Staying Safe and Trendy with Hand Sanitizer Now more than ever, because of COVID-19,Continue reading “Sakina Shamsi: My Greatest Fashion Accessory”

Funding for iLevel®

It’s no shocker that things always cost more when you have a disability. If you have a vehicle that you drive with hand controls and a side entry or rear-entry ramp, you understand that routine maintenance can cost a lot. Other expenses that people with disabilities may have are doctors’ appointments, medications, making any kindContinue reading “Funding for iLevel®”

Jesse Cuellar: My Summer Bucket List

This summer is going to be amazing because we’ll finally be getting back to living more normally. We are finally, slowly (and I say it again slowly) opening back up to the point where we can be outside and participate in normal activities. I look forward to being outside and active as much as possible.Continue reading “Jesse Cuellar: My Summer Bucket List”

Summer and My iLevel Power Wheelchair

The summer sun is slowly making its way to the United States, which means ice cream, BBQs, and most importantly, adventures in my Edge® 3 Power Chair with iLevel®! Last summer was not the best for anyone, but I fully intend to make up for it in 2021. My 31st birthday is in July, soContinue reading “Summer and My iLevel Power Wheelchair”