Today is the official publication date of my paperback memoir, “Relentless: From National Champion to Physically Disabled Activist.” Get your copy on Amazon today!Read More In the Immortal Words of The Beatles, I’m Officially a “Paperback Wriiiiiiiiitaaaaaa!”
Photos documenting my most recent tour of the Motown MuseumRead More Ain’t No COVID Strong Enough to Keep Me From You, Motown!
The Kindle/e-book version of my self-help memoir, “Relentless: From National Champion to Physically Disabled Activist,” is out now on Amazon!Read More Kindle version of RELENTLESS out now!
Thoughts on white allyship in the antiracism movement, coming from a former criminal defense attorney and civil rights activist. I discuss George Floyd, Rush Limbaugh, slavery, segregation, white privilege and more.Read More White Person to White Person: Let’s Talk!
Warning: This post involves some self-pity and defensiveness coming from a white woman. If you bear with me ’til the end, I think you’ll find comfort in the fact that I snap myself out of it and try to encourage others to do so as well. But if you’re in no mood to hear about […]Read More When You’re Feeling Like an Ineffective Ally
Hello, my friends, I hope you’ll take a second and check out episode two of my new podcast, The Phunky Diabetic Podcast, and listen to my captivating conversation with Dr. Victor M. Montori of the Mayo Clinic and the Patient Revolution. I was first inspired when I came across Dr. Montori’s book, Why We Revolt: A […]Read More New podcast episode and pre-orders for my memoir now available!
Amidst all this unrest, uncertainty, and periods of boredom while practicing social distancing and self-quarantining, why not add another podcast to your playlist? That’s right, my friends—after a brief hiatus from recording myself speak, I’m very happy to announce that I’ve launched a brand-new podcast, which I’ve decided to call “The Phunky Diabetic Podcast” after […]Read More I’ve launched a brand-new podcast, people! Check it out!!
I realize it’s Easter and not Thanksgiving, but today is a major holiday in the U.S., and the first major holiday we’ve all been forced to spend while practicing self-quarantining and social distancing. It also makes for Day 15 of my COVID-19-positive journey, which is why I’ve spent my morning reflecting on where I’m at […]Read More A Thankful Easter Sunday
Hello, all! Sorry it’s been a hot minute since my last post (6.5 months, to be exact), but I’ve had a lot of things going on health-wise and I’ve been busy getting my memoir finalized and ready for publication. On that note, check out the beautiful cover design that my longtime friend and former Penn […]Read More COVID-19 and T1D