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Shiners & your mindset!

I woke this morning with a “shiner” – my right eye quite bruised. After multiple facial injections midweek to improve the symmetry and function in my face, a purple ugly bruise emerged - visual proof that the facial pain and discomfort I’d been experiencing this week...

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Frogs legs & hot air balloon rides

When your friend orders frogs legs how do you react? It’s a new experience for you, totally out of your comfort zone, right? For many (me included) the thought of munching on a reptile’s limb makes one feel a bit squeamish. I automatically conjure up negative feelings...

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Do Rails Equal Accessibility?

I ring a hotel to book accessible accommodation for an upcoming event. I explain my needs and confirm with the frontline customer service staff member that they have accessible rooms available. Continuing with this booking, 15 minutes later I was transferred to the...

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Adjusting YOUR Sails

How do you respond to change? Today in yoga, as my pain and fatigue weren’t great, i planned to hold onto the trusty wall to modify my practice. However, spots in that position were taken, forcing me to roll out my mat in the front row and hugely adapt my postures....

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Letting Go

How do you let Go? An amazing extract read by my yoga instructor in a class today. “..Let go, and the wave’s crest will carry you to unknown shores, beyond your wildest dreams or destinations...” Danna...

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Stroke Podcast

Did you know that by 2050, the number of strokes in Australia will double? Why not listen to a stroke stories podcast @ https://we.tl/t-D9FfVI7qNuproduced by the national stroke association to raise awareness and enable other survivors to access...

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Mind the GAP

Setbacks. Obstacles. Roadblocks When you feel like you’ve already faced enough obstacles in your life, suddenly being thrown more is just tough. Personally, after years rebuilding my crushed self-esteem and reinventing myself, suddenly being back in a hospital bed...

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Helpful or Awful?

A year 12 student asked after my presentation, "Was writing your book awful in remembering everything in your journey or helpful?" Here's my response -" Writing my book was both so grueling but extremely therapeutic. Reflecting on a difficult time on your life &...

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Feedback – Failure or Flourish?

I am very reliant on qualitative feedback from others to motivate me. What’s hard about this later rehab is that my supporters are rightly enthralled in their own lives and this isn’t feasible. When I suddenly am excited that I've finally done a task, excitingly...

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Rehabilitation Revisited – Anything’s Possible!

After enduring years of monotonous rehabilitation, then somehow reinventing myself & incorporating my rehab into my everyday regime, I decided that 13 years after my stroke, I needed to challenge myself. Both to break out of my comfort-zone & simultaneously to...

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Five Reasons To Book Emma:

1. Gain Understanding...
Are you confident that your staff are really putting themselves in another's shoes?
2. Be Empowering...
How do you empower those around you?
3. Start Choosing...
How would you cope if you had a stroke at the young age of 24?
4. Try Challenging...
Do you set goals and step up to meet them?
5. Be Inspiring...
Do you need to be inspired to life a life you love?!

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