Ride For Heart

Help me raise money for the Heart and Stroke Foundation! I’m gearing up for that time of year again – the annual Ride for Heart event! It’s the largest charity cycling event in Canada. The money raised from this event will support heart disease and stroke research, which of course is a cause that I … Continue reading Ride For Heart

Volunteer Call Out

Interested in supporting stroke survivors? Join our team! When I started Life After Stroke a few years ago, it was simply to document and navigate my recovery journey. I did not anticipate how much my story would resonate with others but in seeing such positive responses, I recognized the importance of creating a safe space … Continue reading Volunteer Call Out

The Calm Before the Store – Per Nilsson

  A little summer update from Sweden: Since my last guest post I have turned 25; I celebrated it with close friends and dinner and drinks in Stockholm, the capital of Sweden, where my work is located (550 km from where I live atm). I went there by train on my own (pushed myself and … Continue reading The Calm Before the Store – Per Nilsson

FACING IT

Hi guys, I’m making a second guest post here. It actually took me a while to finish it, probably ‘cause I’ve got so many thoughts I wanna share but they’re hard to get down in writing. Since the last post, I’ve moved back home with my parents due to my apartment lease running out. And … Continue reading FACING IT

WHAT IS LIFE?

Life is a challenge, meet it! Life is a dream, realize it! Life is a game, play it! Life is love, enjoy it! To live in the moment is often taken for granted. Many always think about the next time or think that they’ll always have time. Time is essence. Time is perceived differently by … Continue reading WHAT IS LIFE?

A Year In The Life Post Stroke

Hello survivors, thrivers, caregivers and friends, In celebration of the 1 Year Anniversary of Saj's website, I'm back again to talk about what it feels like to be living a full life as a stroke survivor. For all my friends reading out there that may be in the early stages of stroke survival, I have … Continue reading A Year In The Life Post Stroke