Glenda Watson Hyatt Continues To Inspire

Lorelle on WordPress Glenda Hyatt featureWe’ll come back to the blog itself for later review (because it certainly is deserving in its own right!); this blog caught my eye today because of the feature recently posted about Glenda Watson Hyatt, whom we reviewed a short time back for her amazing and inspirational Do It Myself blog.

(Re) Introducing Glenda Watson Hyatt

To refresh the memory, Glenda Watson Hyatt is the author of DoItMyself.com and a book also aptly titled I’ll Do It Myself. Glenda has Cerebral Palsy, and uses blogging as her largest outlet of communication with the world. She has become a true source of inspiration for so many, and a much sought-after presenter at conferences and seminars, including Blog World Expo.

Glenda’s Story

This recent feature post is found on Lorelle on WordPress. Lorelle was privileged to have Glenda share her story with her, which is shared in a video on the post.

It’s a wonderful thing to see Glenda get her due attention, and an inspiration to see her story. Take a minute to visit this site and be inspired by Glenda—and learn more about the amazing ways blogging has changed lives.

Go here to see Glenda speak on Lorelle on WordPress.

Has Blogging Changed Your Life?

Glenda’s story has me thinking about the unexpected ways something as simple as blogging can change a life. How has blogging changed your life? Please tell us your own story in the comments below.


Mary Ward
Do You Digg It!
Blog Review Team
Do You Digg It! © 2017

 

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Thank You, I’ll Do It Myself

Do It Myself BlogWhere to Find Do It Myself Blog:
Blog URL: http://www.doitmyselfblog.com/
Category: Inspiration, Motivation

Do It Myself Blog

If you are into feeling sorry for yourself or thinking that life is handing you just too hard a hand, you won’t want to visit Glenda Watson Hyatt’s Do It Myself Blog. But if you are into inspiring stories of perseverance and accomplishment, this is a blog you do not want to miss.

Due to a lack of oxygen at birth, Glenda was born with cerebral palsy. Starting life this way certainly presented its challenges, but her parents were determined to wipe “can’t” from her vocabulary and give Glenda all the tools she needed for life success.

They succeeded admirably. Glenda Watson Hyatt succeeded admirably. Today, she is a noted author (of her own recently published book, I’ll Do It Myself), blogger, and podcaster, sharing her experiences to help others overcome whatever it is that holds them back‚Äîand she did it all with limited mobility, verbal communication, and typing only with her left thumb!

Do It Myself Blog – Why You Should Go

Motivation and inspiration are two of the primary goals of Glenda’s blog, where she “shares her experiences living with cerebral palsy to motivate and inspire others to think about how they perceive their own situation and their own world around them.” This succinct blog description very accurately describes what Glenda does here. Her own story is inspiration enough, but her continued work takes inspiration and motivation to a new level.

Equally important, though, and arguably even more so, Glenda also takes understanding to a new level. She proves herself and people like her to be people first. By sharing insight and inviting the world to see life through her eyes, Glenda shows that people living with challenges are still people—people with abilities and hopes and dreams, people to be understood, not pitied.

Summing Up Do It Myself Blog

A short review can’t really do justice to this inspiring woman and her work. This is really something you need to experience for yourself. Glenda’s blog is not about a disability, it is about opening up your mind to the larger world around you, and understanding for real how each person and situation fits into it. Lest I do a disservice to Glenda herself I encourage you to experience Do It Myself on your own, and find your own dose of motivation, inspiration, and understanding.

Go here to check Do It Myself Blog.


Mary Ward
Do You Digg It!
Blog Review Team
Do You Digg It! © 2017

 

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