Posts Tagged: walking

Rasheed kindly requests your money

Donor fatigue is real, especially when natural disasters keep decimating the poorest parts of the planet. So I save my request for your donations to support IBD initiatives to just one time each year. Now’s that time.

Rasheed kindly requests your money

Donor fatigue is real, especially when natural disasters keep decimating the poorest parts of the planet. So I save my request for your donations to support IBD initiatives to just one time each year. Now’s that time.

Rasheed 3.0 (currently in beta)

At 30 years old, I can divide my life up to this point into three versions. Not every version of myself has been a successful upgrade over the last, and there’s much to do to improve the current one.

Rasheed 3.0 (currently in beta)

At 30 years old, I can divide my life up to this point into three versions. Not every version of myself has been a successful upgrade over the last, and there’s much to do to improve the current one.

The Gutsy Walk

When I signed up to participate in this year’s Gutsy Walk, a 5K fundraising walk benefitting Crohn’s and Colitis Canada, I did so for two reasons. One, I wanted to do something active to remind myself that even after the

The Gutsy Walk

When I signed up to participate in this year’s Gutsy Walk, a 5K fundraising walk benefitting Crohn’s and Colitis Canada, I did so for two reasons. One, I wanted to do something active to remind myself that even after the

One year later

I remember the day that Remicade crapped out on me. It was March 3, 2013. I remember the day because Arsenal lost 2-1 to Tottenham that day, and I tweeted after the game: At least I had a good shit

One year later

I remember the day that Remicade crapped out on me. It was March 3, 2013. I remember the day because Arsenal lost 2-1 to Tottenham that day, and I tweeted after the game: At least I had a good shit

Shorter distance, more clothing

In August 2009, nine months after I was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis, I took part in The Underwear Affair, a 10-kilomtre fundraising run in support of North York General Hospital’s efforts to treat cancers below the waist. As the name

Shorter distance, more clothing

In August 2009, nine months after I was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis, I took part in The Underwear Affair, a 10-kilomtre fundraising run in support of North York General Hospital’s efforts to treat cancers below the waist. As the name

Sexy Stealthy Selfie

Nothing screams hotness quite like an awkward-facial-expression selfie taken in a dimly lit bathroom with a stained mirror. Here I am wearing a Stealth Belt, a cool concoction created by an ostomate who wanted some added support for his appliance.

Sexy Stealthy Selfie

Nothing screams hotness quite like an awkward-facial-expression selfie taken in a dimly lit bathroom with a stained mirror. Here I am wearing a Stealth Belt, a cool concoction created by an ostomate who wanted some added support for his appliance.

Noble Silence

In my last post, I briefly touched on the news that I’ve been attending mindfulness meditation workshops over the last several weeks. When I began the workshops, the goal was for me to find new strategies for coping with the

Noble Silence

In my last post, I briefly touched on the news that I’ve been attending mindfulness meditation workshops over the last several weeks. When I began the workshops, the goal was for me to find new strategies for coping with the