There is little to no room for a slip-up with epilepsy

Disappointed in myself is what I am today. I’ve done so well just to ruin everything for one minor mistake due to simple laziness. Last night, one of my many medication alarms went off, but I failed to get up to take my medicine. So, what was so important that I couldn’t just get upContinue reading “There is little to no room for a slip-up with epilepsy”

Monday Reflections: The Power of Social Media and Kindness

Oh, what a week it has been! Last week quickly came and went before I knew it. I was busy fundraising for The Walk to END Epilepsy, and it has been really fun and a lot more successful than I thought it would be. I was worried being socially distanced would make fundraising slightly moreContinue reading “Monday Reflections: The Power of Social Media and Kindness”

Gotta Catch ‘Em All

Dallas Walk to END Epilepsy Pokémon Raffle Pokemon RaffleYou can reach me at example@gmail.com or Pokemon RaffleYou can reach me on Twitter/Instagram at @example The raffle will include all the items in the header image of this post: Single Strike Urshifu V Box Rapid Strike Urshifu V Box Spring 2021 Collectors Chest Champion’s Path HattereneContinue reading “Gotta Catch ‘Em All”

Purple Day 2021 is here!

I’m decked out in purple to spread epilepsy awareness. Are you? If you haven’t yet, there is still plenty of time to do so! Whether it’s wearing a purple shirt, coloring your hair purple, or putting some purple polish on your nails, please join me in spreading epilepsy awareness. Together we can fight the stigmaContinue reading “Purple Day 2021 is here!”

Monday Reflections: Epilepsy and Family

Before the pandemic came and ruined a lot of things, I looked forward to spring, winter, and summer breaks so I could spend time with my nieces. Creating small themed parties for them and taking them to a movie, exhibit, or event was always fun. Sadly, I didn’t get to do all the cool thingsContinue reading “Monday Reflections: Epilepsy and Family”

Purple Day 2021 is coming!

Purple Day is just around the corner, and I can’t wait to see everyone dressed in their favorite shade of purple. On March 26, I encourage you to wear purple to promote epilepsy awareness worldwide. By educating others, we can help remove the stigma surrounding epilepsy and work toward overcoming the challenges living with epilepsyContinue reading “Purple Day 2021 is coming!”

2021 Dallas Walk to END Epilepsy!

The Virtual Dallas Walk to END Epilepsy is coming, and I’m inviting you to join me! My team, Game of Temporal Lobe, is helping raise epilepsy awareness by walking virtually and fundraising for the Epilepsy Foundation of Texas. The Epilepsy Foundation of Texas fights to help overcome the challenges of living with epilepsy. They provide medicalContinue reading “2021 Dallas Walk to END Epilepsy!”

Happy Brain-aversary! I’m three years seizure free!

Over four years ago, my dear friend, Epilepsy, decided to repay me a visit. For years, I struggled to get rid of her. She was everywhere I went. She was a parasite living deep within my temporal lobe who didn’t want to leave. Medicine after medicine couldn’t get her to go away so my doctorContinue reading “Happy Brain-aversary! I’m three years seizure free!”

Monday Reflections: A tough cold week

If you’re from Texas or have heard the news, you’ll know last week’s winter storm shut down the Lone Star state. Millions of people were left without electricity. Many Texans attempted to stay warm by bundling under layers of blankets, huddling close to fireplaces, living inside their car, or finding shelter in warming centers. ToContinue reading “Monday Reflections: A tough cold week”

International Epilepsy Day 2021

The second Monday in February is International Epilepsy Day. More than 130 countries are coming together to spread epilepsy awareness. I encourage you to join this global effort by promoting awareness and sharing why epilepsy is more than just seizures. To kick it off, here is mine! Epilepsy is more than just worrying when theContinue reading “International Epilepsy Day 2021”