EVERYONE complains. There's always someone complaining about something. For most people it's what gets them through the day. It means that you can get it out of your system and get on with your life, which in most ways is totally okay. But for some of us, it would be a luxury for our biggest… Continue reading Why you shouldn’t take ANYTHING for granted.
(No this is not an advert for Nike ahah) Lately I've heard so many people say that there's something they're "gonna do one day" or something they'd "love to do" but it's usually followed by a "but I'm too scared right now" or "I'm too busy" or "another day" etc etc. The one thing I… Continue reading Just do it.
Hey guys! Something really awesome happened the other day and I thought I'd let you in on the excitement. As not many of you will know, Before I got sick (you can find out more about it Here) I was an athlete. I did any sport I could possibly get my hands on and was… Continue reading wheelchair partner stunting!! (Cheerleading)
I have always been one of those people who had the mindset of “I don’t want to know” when it comes to eating meat - and most of the people I’ve spoke to (mainly still meat-eaters) also seem to have a similar mindset when it comes to what happens to the animals that end up… Continue reading Why I’m vegetarian 🌱
The other day, my therapist asked me (yes, I have a therapist- No secrets here.) "what do you want out of life" and at first my answer was that I want to walk again, and I could think of millions of reasons why. But after we went through all of those reasons, the conversation ended… Continue reading The truth about life goals.
After missing a year of school due to illness, It was decided that I was FINALLY stable enough to return to school and boyyy was I wrong about what the whole experience would be like. I had waited for what felt like a lifetime just to get all the necessary meetings and precautions put in… Continue reading What high school is REALLY like in a wheelchair
A bit about me; Hello, my name is Niamh, and I’m probably very similar to you. Well, I’m human, that's a start. The main difference between me and you, ( Besides the fact that we’re literally two different people) is the way I see people, I mean literally. You probably get to look people straight… Continue reading A bit about me; From walking to wheelchair.