The first time I got into training, it was by accident. I put my baby into the stroller and we went for a walk every day. One day, my husband clocked my walk; it was 5 km. By the time I realized how much I was working out, I was hooked. That was a great… Continue reading Overcoming My Mindset With Food
In our house, we rock home therapy, but it wasn’t always this way. My original blog (Lilly Through the Valley) was about my journey of developing my child’s home therapy (before Pinterest existed). Today I am sharing my five tips for home therapy activities. Between the ages of 0-3 years, we had monthly consults for… Continue reading 5 Tips For Making Home Therapy Activities
Two weeks ago, something caught my eye on my Facebook feed; Rachel Cook is running her Best Year Ever Challenge. Of course, in true fashion, I was late to the party- but I did spend that weekend planning my best year. Then, something exciting happened, I started to plan for a career for the first… Continue reading Planning For My Best Year Ever!
For the last month, the Edmonton Adaptive Bike Program You Can Ride 2 has been a hot topic in our home. As their social media manager, my husband and I have had quite a few discussions about the program. It is so true that “little ears hear” ... As I was preparing to write this… Continue reading You Can Ride 2 Normalized My Son’s Childhood
Seven years ago, when I first started blogging, I followed writers who were focused on how to be a Titus 2 woman and a Proverbs 31 wife. Until I stumbled across these posts, I had never heard of this concept. This post has links in it but they are not affiliate links and are there… Continue reading November A New Season
In last week’s post “Why Edmonton Needs You Can Ride 2”, I talked about how 2019 might be the last year for the adaptive bike program. Two of You Can Ride 2’s fundraisers are physically challenging, (at least for me); but I have decided to sign up for them next year anyway! The first fundraiser… Continue reading Back Into Training
In a past post, (Medical Momma, the Struggle of Halloween) I wrote about the challenges I face raising two neurodiverse kids; especially around Halloween. Halloween is difficult for my kids because of the sensory overload. In the past few years, I have noticed teal pumpkins filling my social media feeds. As I read up on… Continue reading This Halloween; We Are Taking Up The Teal Pumpkin Challenge