Author Archives: Zachary Fenell

Find motivation with Slow and Cerebral by Zachary Fenell

Find Motivation with My New Book

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This blog post contains Amazon affiliate links. As an Amazon affiliate, I earn commissions on qualifying purchases. Find motivation with my new book, Slow and Cerebral. The book is a memoir about accomplishing the “unreasonable.” For me that meant not letting the neurological disability cerebral palsy (CP) stop me from becoming a marathoner. If you…

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Book Review- Disability Visibility edited by Alice Wong

Disability Visibility Book Review

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This review for Disability Visibility First-Person Stories from the Twenty-First Century contains Amazon affiliate links. As an Amazon affiliate I earn commissions from qualifying purchases. Shocking, emotional, and relatable all describe Disability Visibility First-Person Stories from the Twenty-First Century. An anthology giving a multifaceted look into the disabled experience, Disability Visibility provides representation for the…

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Three Life Lessons Living with Spasticity Has Taught Me

Three Life Lessons Living with Spasticity Has Taught Me

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“Three Life Lessons Living with Spasticity Has Taught Me” has been sponsored by Merz Pharmaceuticals, LLC. Please note, I do not use XEOMIN® (incobotulinumtoxinA) myself. Living with spasticity involves learning to navigate different challenges. The learning, however, goes well beyond navigating spasticity-related challenges, as is the case with my own experiences. In fact, spasticity aided…

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Join me for my birthday tradition self-reflection blog post.

Birthday Tradition: Celebrate with a Self-Reflection

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Let the birthday tradition continue! No. Not listening to your family serenade you in “Happy Birthday.” Or making that optimistic birthday wish as you blow out the candles on your cake. Rather I am talking about the birthday tradition promoted here the last few years. The birthday self-reflection! Essentially the self-reflection birthday tradition serves as…

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Cerebral Palsy Winter Tips

Cerebral Palsy Winter Tips

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If the winter months leave you feeling frustrated and trapped, today’s post remains worth a read. Hopefully helping you curb your desire to rip up that endearing photo depicting a seemingly charming snowfall. Or keep you from knocking the mocking grin off the neighbor’s snowperson. Instead, the proceeding winter tips seek to help you cope…

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A review for Cure Choice's electric heating pad

Cure Choice Electric Heating Pad Product Review

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Links to the Cure Choice electric heating pad are Amazon affiliated links. As an Amazon affiliate I earn from qualifying purchases. Living with cerebral palsy involves learning how to deal with pain and discomfort. Do not mistaken that statement for whining though. Rather, the comment merely acknowledges an honest reality. Oppose to dwelling on any…

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Writing Your WIP

Writing Your WIP

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Turning an idea into a published book entails a long journey. One requiring much time spent on what writers refer to as their work-in-progress, commonly abbreviated WIP. Perhaps you wish to write fiction and boost cerebral palsy representation in literature. Or maybe you plan to pen a memoir, aiming to inspire others with your true-life…

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Staying Strong Aging with Cerebral Palsy

Staying Strong Aging with Cerebral Palsy

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The following post includes Amazon affiliate links to products which help me continue feeling good while aging with cerebral palsy. As an Amazon affiliate I earn from qualifying purchases. Aging presents challenges for everyone. That proves especially true in the cerebral palsy community. Despite CP’s categorization as a non-progressive disorder. Like the Annals of Rehabilitation…

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Growing another year wise by answering birthday reflection questions.

Birthday Reflection: Another Year Older and Wiser

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My birthday reflection contains Amazon affiliate links. As an Amazon affiliate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Your favorite cake sits before you. Radiating a delicious glow. Or, maybe that glow comes from the flickering candles on top the cake’s surface. “Make a wish” your loved one encourages. To risk coming across as rude, let me…

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