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This afternoon, my mother and I took a little drive to our local Costco. Nothing like a mother-daughter trip to the best store in the world, amiright? Anyways, during the drive there, my mother decided to tell me a "funny story" that happened to her at...

When I started Uncover Ostomy, I was destined to change the future. To me, the future involved a society free of ostomy stigma where it was simply a normal medical procedure done to save lives. No one would think they were strange. No one would be embarrassed...

There are a few tweaks still to go on the website, but as of a few days ago, I've officially updated the blog tags. This makes it easier to search through my old posts! Just scroll down and you can see the search bar on...

The speaking engagement I attended last weekend in Vancouver was not just a chance for me to talk about myself and Uncover Ostomy, but it was a chance for others to share their ostomy experiences as well. Clinton was the speaker who preceded me as he...

When I was in Vancouver last summer to create the Uncover Ostomy campaign, I was taken to the Grouse Grind Mountain to prove that I could do anything, even with an ostomy. I ended up climbing all the way to the top of the mountain...

I came up with the idea of the Ostomy Ambassador thing about a month ago when I received a very random message from a guy named Justin. Justin was a camper at ostomy camp this year who I never actually had a chance to talk...

It seems like after that “be an Ostomy Ambassador” post I wrote, I’ve been getting some great feedback! The other day one of the wonderful campers from ostomy camp this year, Alliyah, sent me a Facebook message telling me how she was being an ambassador and...

One of the best traditions that we have at ostomy camp is our final campfire. It’s a time for everyone to talk about the experience they had that week at camp, send love to someone who couldn’t make it that year, or tell everyone there...