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How do I blog? What can you expect?

My blog posts will sometimes be long, sometimes short or medium. When I write a post, I have two things in mind, the first is to give value and the second is to make it clear. I won’t be focusing on the length, but if it gets too long, I’ll split it up.

When I plan for a post, this is my outline (not all are shown in the actual post)

  • The topics and categories
    • (some may be 18+ and I’ll make sure you know before you begin reading)
  • The lessons and takeaways I want you to have from the post (1-3)
    • This will be similar to the summary
  • The post
  • The immediately actionable items (what can you do as soon as you finish reading)
  • A summary at the bottom if you want to read the 3-sentence version of the post
  • An extra little gift (I prefer to overdeliver)

Check out the latest blogs

Paraplegic Gears/Tools of the Month: Lumbar Baby

Reading time: 1 minutes Short, simple. Gear of the month. The Problem: If you’re in a wheelchair, or sit down for any length of time, then you’re likely to have bad posture. It’s not your fault. Most seats aren’t designed for great posture. My car, and most others, have bucket seats that really sink you …

Stop Caring What Other People Think About You in a Wheelchair

Reading time: 2 minutes Seriously. I don’t have this problem, but I’ve seen it. Here’s something I read everyday, followed by my logic for how I don’t have this issue. “A [hu]man is about as big as the things that make [them]him angry” Winston Churchill – Artist, Writer, Orator, former PM of the UK If …

Paraplegic Gear/Tools of the Month: Baby Calves

Reading time: 2 minutes I’ve talked before on how important it is to stretch, not explicitly, but sprinkled throughout other posts, such as How to Reduce Muscle Spasms for Paraplegics If you took my advice, you came to the same heuristic conclusion – it matters. Stretching matters. After not stretching for a while, or doing it …

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