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Wheelchair Traveling Up Up and Away


As many wheelchair users know, wheelchair travel is not the easiest task to accomplish; thus the reason I am choosing to discuss planes, trains, and automobiles… Wait what? I mean planes, wheelchairs, and adaptive sports equipment.   Now that I have your attention, when it comes to wheelchair travel, each of understand that traveling with

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Becoming Invictus


What do you do when you face a life changing illness, injury or wounds? What thoughts go through your mind when you hear doctors tell you they have no idea why this happened to you?   2011, I was on a schedule military deployment, my career was soaring, I had just commissioned the year before

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SCI Awareness All Year Long


September has been a heck of month for Alter Ur Ego. Five days ago we officially started accepting pre-orders and with the success of our Kick Starter we’ll be able to roll out finished products in time for the holidays.   September is also Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) Awareness Month. Obviously this month long observance

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Musings of a BuzzFeed Junkie


    I have to admit Buzzfeed sometimes steals hours of my day. Hysterical and sometimes a bit infuriating this list is too good not to share. How many out there can relate? What would you add?   My favorite: 20. You never let anybody stop you doing your thing     27 Things You’ll

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Disability Diversity Added to CBS Fall 2015 Lineup


  As I said in my previous post I’m a bit obsessed right now with finding disability diversity represented in the world of fashion and entertainment. With the return of TV’s fall lineup (when did that sneak up on us?? I’m still hanging by the pool!) CBS will introduce a new show onto its Saturday

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So I Gotta Plug Myself For a Minute…

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Yesterday marked eight years since I had a car accident that left me a T4 paraplegic. It’s my 8th Wheelie Birthday!!! Funny thing is I didn’t even realize until my Mom and Aunt Julie reminded me. I don’t dwell on the past nor would I want to change it. I wholeheartedly believe I am exactly

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