The Pandemic and My Hurt Tooth

This Pandemic has been all over the news and I have been having some anxiety. One of the ways that I deal with anxiety is I clinch and grind my teeth at night.  On the 22 of March, I bit into my night guard hard. It hurt and I had a concern that I hadContinue reading “The Pandemic and My Hurt Tooth”

The Time I Overcame

This is a new story series! The Time I overcame…. The first story comes from Ailsa.  I hope everyone likes this new series. Take it away, Ailsa. Hi everyone, I am Ailsa, and I am the proud owner of Brains on Wheels. Brains on Wheels is my personal blog, where I write about my experiencesContinue reading “The Time I Overcame”

How I’m coping with the COVID-19 virus

I have seen and heard many reports about the COVID-19 virus that is spreading over the world. I feel sorry for what has been happening and I have been praying for a cure for some time. So far things are normal for me. I am continuing to write and think of new ideas as IContinue reading “How I’m coping with the COVID-19 virus”

Three tips to help improve handwriting

March is Cerebral Palsy awareness month. I have seen parents on many social media platforms raise concern about how Cerebral Palsy can affect their children’s handwriting. To help raise awareness, here is three tips to help improve your little one’s handwriting: Pick a teaching curriculum that is easy to follow and easy to teach. WhenContinue reading “Three tips to help improve handwriting”

2020: More Courage, Self-Control, and Joy-February Edition

February was filled with lots of tears. Some of them were due to sadness, anger, uncertainty and joy. However, one thing I know for sure is that God was with me through every step of the way. In early February things between a good friend of mine and me broke down. This person hurt myContinue reading “2020: More Courage, Self-Control, and Joy-February Edition”

Remembering my mom and feeling thankful for my grandpa

“I love you mom,” I said as I stood as a panicked sixteen-year-old standing in the living room. “I love you too, Amanda,” my mom said. Those were the last words that my mom said to me before she died from a sudden massive heart attack. The days and weeks to follow seemed to comeContinue reading “Remembering my mom and feeling thankful for my grandpa”

Top five songs that help me stay strong

When I get anxious or depressed, I put on songs that are encouraging and empowering. Here are five suggestions from my personal playlist. I hope you like them. One Republic-I Lived I like this song because it reminds me to keep going and to enjoy life. Even though life is full of successes and pitContinue reading “Top five songs that help me stay strong”

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