Category Archives: life changing

Brain Injury Awareness Month, March 2017

The first time I saw a brain injury awareness video was during Brain Injury Awareness Month. I thought it was wonderful. Every year, different ones came out, and they were all wonderful . I dreamed of one day making my … Continue reading

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#HAWMC #Health Focus;  “Challenges & Victories” by Janice Tindle 

The WEGOHEALTH Activist 30-Day Writing Challenge,Day 28 “5 Challenges & 5 Small Victories. Make a list of the 5 most difficult parts of your health focus. Make another top 5 list for the little, good things (small victories) that keep you going.” … Continue reading

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#HAWMC #Sunday Selfie #Marriage #Caregiver

The WEGOHEALTH Activist 30-Day Writing Challenge, Day 27  “Sunday Selfie: Post your favorite picture of yourself. Don’t be shy, it’s time to shine!” This is easy. My wedding day. Not a selfie.  It’s my favorite picture of myself because I … Continue reading

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#HAWAC #Healthcare Landscape Change; ” The 30 second judgement.”  by Janice Tindle 

The WEGOHEALTH Activist 30 Day Writing Challenge, Day 25 “As health activists, we are on a mission to innovate healthcare. If you could change one thing in the healthcare landscape right now, what would it be?” This is something that … Continue reading

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#HAWMC #TBI  #Writing  ” I write, therefore I am.”   by Janice Tindle 

The WEGOHEALTH Activist 30-Day Writing Challenge, Day 20  “What has been the highlight of your health activist journey? We want to hear all about it, perhaps a conference, a podcast or meeting a fellow HA. What made this experience so … Continue reading

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#HAWMC #Beauty #Writer                                      ” I am uniquely beautiful.”     by Janice Tindle 

The WEGOHEALTH Activist 30-Day Writing Challenge, Day 21 “Monday Motivation: What’s your life slogan? Explain what words or mantra that keep you going.” So if you have been reading all month, then you know that my mantra is, ” I … Continue reading

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#HAWMC  ” Please Leave The Area Immediately!”  by Janice Tindle 

The WEGOHEALTH Activist 30 Day Writing Challenge Day 19  “Everyone has tough days, but how do you pull yourself out of the rut? Maybe you blog, repeat affirmations or listen to a favorite playlist. Write about what tools, tips or practices you … Continue reading

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