Teenager With Cerebral Palsy Walks With One Crutch For The First Time! | #shorts

From two crutches to one crutch! Since I have been exercising more regularly and getting stronger, I am now able to walk with one crutch and it is amazing what exercising does to you.I am sharing this because I encourage you all to push yourselves to your highest potential. Ps: don't mind the dress that I'm wearing and the unmade bed in the background.

My Official Social Media Schedule | #shorts Shorts

Hi guys, I just wanted to apologize for not posting any of my social media platforms in 2 months. I just been extremely busy and now that my spring semester is over, I have so many exciting things happening that I will be sharing with you all soon, so stay tuned! I know I have not been very consistent with posting on my social media platforms over the 5 years that I have been on social media and one of my goals is to post consistently on all of my social media platforms, even when school is in session. Make sure to leave a comment down below letting me know what content you would like to see from me, having to do with disability and lifestyle and what topics would you like me to talk about on my YouTube videos, YouTube Shorts, Instagram posts, Instagram Reels, TikTok’s and my blog posts on my website?is a photo of my official social Media Posting Schedule and I will be posting all of my content on all of my Social Media platforms at 11am EST.

dult With Cerebral Palsy Learns How To Mono Ski On Her Own For The First Time! | #shorts

ll it took for me to ski on my own was falling off a curb at school! Who knew falling off a curb would make you you face your fear. I am so excited to see how much I improve this ski season coming up! PS: I didn’t even hurt myself when I fell off the curb, I didn’t even have a scratch on me. #cerebralpalsy #disability #physicalchallenge #skiing #monoskiing #independence #babysteps

The Message That I Would Like To Share With You All Is… | #Shorts #cerebralpalsy

he message that I would like to share with you all is… Never make the mistake that I did and don’t be afraid of what other people are going  to think or say about you. It does not matter if you have a disability or not, we are all different in our own ways.I think if you care about what other people think or say about you then you won’t get very far in life!

The Reality Of An Adult With Cerebral Palsy Waking Up From Her Lifechanging Surgery | #Shorts

The reality of waking up after surgery! This was my 24th surgery that I have had done though out my little and it is so crazy to me that when you go under anesthesia, you don’t remember falling asleep or going into the operating room but you can still remember the conversation that you were having before the surgery. For example before I went into surgery I told everyone that I was documenting my surgery journey and the first words out of my mouth when I woke up was where is my camera. I am sharing this because life, having a disability and even social media is not always sunshine and rainbows, what I mean by that is it may look or seem like everyone is perfect and not going through any challenges in their life but in reality no one is perfect and you never know what other people are going through in their own lives!

Adult with Cerebral Palsy Takes Her First Steps 3 Days After Surgery | #shorts #cerebralpalsy

From walking in crutches to starting over and relearning how to walk again after having my surgery! It is so crazy how different the videos of me walking before the surgery then the video of me taking my first steps, only 3 days after having my surgery but to be honest with you all taking my first in my old lady walker was very nerve racking and scary for me but I did it anyway. I guess the message I am trying to get across is even though something could be nerve racking or scary for you, just remember to never give up!