Hi again, everyone! While half of our dynamic duo is still on her hiatus (during which time, she’ll be creating and starting her own online nutrition-based education/coaching system – Go, Nikki!), the other half, Kate, is here to give you our fifth podcast episode, “Self-Hate and Female Rivalry.” This podcast episode focuses on how we, […] […]Read More Check Out Episode 5 of Our Podcast, “Self-Hate and Female Rivalry” — Hammer Time with Nikki and Kate
By: Katherine Itacy, Esq. Dated: June 3, 2018 Ok, so I have been going around for quite some time, claiming to feel like I am an active mind and spirit trapped inside a diseased body. I’ve made this claim, knowing full well that I could have it a lot worse: I could actually have become […]Read More The Diving Bell and The Butterfly
What if a VR game existed that could teach the user empathy towards others?Read More Could We Teach Empathy Through VR?
Hey there, friends! I hope you’ll take a listen to the latest podcast episode from “Hammer Time with Nikki and Kate: A Disabled Lawyer and a Personal Trainer Walk into a Podcast.” In it, I talk a lot about the power and influence medical professionals have over our lives; the importance of putting advanced care […]Read More Listen to my latest podcast episode, “Being Your Own Health Care Advocate”
Happy World Book Day! Here’s hoping that by next year’s event, I can celebrate it with the publication of my own book! 🤞🏻📝📖🤓👩🏻💻Read More World Book Day
My fears about my upcoming neurosurgeryRead More Life Unfinished
By: Katherine Itacy, Esq. Dated: March 4, 2018 It’s been a long, long journey since I started feeling the symptoms of my spinal disorder in December of 2015. Since then, I’ve retired from my job (today, actually), gone through a number of painful medical procedures and nauseating pain meds, lost a good deal of mobility […]Read More The Importance of Finding People Who “Get It”
My thoughts on Glennon Doyle Melton’s “Love Warrior” memoirRead More Learning How to Be “Full of Beauty”
By: Katherine Itacy, Esq. Dated: January 24, 2018 Both of my parents have demonstrated an obscene work ethic my entire life. And sure, they came right out and told me and my brother to work hard in school and for the things we wanted, but I think that I learned subconsciously to mimic their true […]Read More When You Force a Workhorse to Retire, She’s Bound to Get a Bit Jittery in the Stable!
Preparing soup joumou on Haitian Independence Day (a.k.a. New Year’s Day) for my familyRead More My So-Called Interracial-/Intercultural-Married Life