How to Make Good Friends Great Friends!
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by Lyndsay
4M ago
I’ve been listening to a lot of podcasts lately, about relationships and how we succeed and fail at them. Not intimate relationships, but friendships, the family you choose. Here’s some of the many things I’ve learned.  If you want to take your friendships to the next level and create a safe space for everyone to grow and thrive, you need to bring these qualities to the table: 1. Authenticity: Keeping it real. Being authentic means being your true, unfiltered self. Show your friends the real deal – the good, the bad, and also the wonderfully hilarious. Embrace your strengths, weaknesses ..read more
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MS – A Journey of Resilience & Hope
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by Lyndsay
10M ago
Living with MS: A Journey of Resilience and Hope Collaborative Blog between NEO Walk founder Lyndsay Watterson and Multiple Sclerosis Advocate and Speaker Brittany Quiroz “A Hot MS” Living with multiple sclerosis (MS) is not an easy path to walk, but it is a journey filled with incredible strength, resilience, and hope. MS is a chronic autoimmune disease that affects the central nervous system, causing various physical and cognitive symptoms. While it can present challenges, it is important to acknowledge that life with MS is not defined solely by the disease. Instead, it is an opportunity to ..read more
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Poetry in Motion.
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by Lyndsay
11M ago
Living with a disability comes with so many unique challenges, but it should never limit the ability to express ourselves and embrace our beautiful individuality. Let’s explore the expanding world of mobility aids like walking sticks and rollators. They not only provide support and keep us mobile, but also bring trendy and beautiful designs to our daily style that empower and bring buckets full of confidence. Now we see celebrities like Christina Applegate and Selma Blair openly using mobility aids. How empowering must that be for the younger generation seeing their heroes embracing their vuln ..read more
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Rollz-Neo Walk – the dream team
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by Lyndsay
11M ago
Rollz and Neo Walk announce collaboration to redefine mobility with style and functionality Rollz, a pioneering company known for its innovative and modern rollators, and Neo Walk, a leading producer of fashionable canes, are delighted to announce a strategic collaboration aimed at raising awareness about attractive mobility aids. Recognizing the importance of providing access to high-quality products for everyone, Rollz and Neo Walk are joining forces to revolutionize the way people perceive and experience mobility assistance devices. Rollz has gained a reputation for its cutting-edge rollato ..read more
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One Day I’ll Fly Away
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by Lyndsay
1y ago
Mention travelling to me and it gives me high anxiety. The serious pant changing type of jitters. I’ve travelled and have had some bad things happen to me. So I’m safe to assume the worst. The bad things will happen again and again. Let me share some here. My wheelchair was squashed by a US airline on holiday. That left me having to find a loaner chair, pay $800 for new wheels and then fight them for a refund over the next three months. I was left waiting on a plane for over an hour at midnight, and when the assistance finally arrived they were a lot less than friendly. Even the pilot was shou ..read more
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Quite a Month…
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by Lyndsay
1y ago
I used to be so scared of talking into a camera. Filming. However it really helps if someone is pointing a camera at you, just talk straight back to the ‘someone’. It gives you a pair of eyes to bounce off and connect with. That’s my advice for the month. I didn’t say I like it, but part of what I do involves talking to a camera. It may be doing an Instagram live to you lovely people, it might be filming a podcast or it might be for a TV piece. I have never got used to it. I can never remember what I said ten seconds previously, I twitch a lot and talk with my hands, and if I wear squeaky rust ..read more
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Randomly Acting Kind
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by Lyndsay
1y ago
You may or may not know this, but today is random acts of kindness day. I don’t often buy into particular days being for a particular something, but I do particularly like this one. I think depending on who you are, where you come from and also your age, the term act of kindness can mean several things. I certainly think for someone from my generation and my age, an act of kindness can be something as simple as holding the door open or reaching something from a top shelf for me in my wheelchair – and I may mean a saucy magazine ? An act of kindness, I recently came to appreciate especially whe ..read more
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Necessity is the Mother of Invention.
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by Lyndsay
1y ago
Supporting and championing disabled designers is one of my happy things to do. It’s up there with cuddling puppies and drinking the perfect temperature hot chocolate. You know what I mean you chocolate officionados. London Fashion Week starts this week, and it gives me a great chance to support a close friend of Neo Walk – Victoria Jenkins of Unhidden. Our paths crossed when she held her first pop up shop in London a couple of years ago – which incidentally inspired me to have my first pop up as well. She is talented, bubbly and funny, but most of all she is so passionate about what she does ..read more
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Neo Walk Effect
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by Lyndsay
1y ago
Many of you have spoken glowingly about the effects of using one of our gorgeous Neo Walk sticks. Lots of people leave reviews, a handful not so nice, but 99% of them talk about how they feel confident, stylish, proud and safe when they have been using one of our gorgeous sticks. This is what we work for every day here at Neo Walk. It’s our mission to destigmatise mobility aids and normalise today’s society seeing them being used among all age groups.  I have often been asked if able bodied people ever buy them for dressing up, Cos Play or even just as a joke. The answer is I don’t really ..read more
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What the Ferrule is That?
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by Lyndsay
1y ago
At Neo Walk we believe it’s all about choice, customisation and making your walking stick reflect your personality. So you can choose colour, clear, curvy, quirky, and you can even choose the colour of the rubber tip that goes on the bottom. Let’s call it a ferrule. That’s it’s real name. Or rubber tip, anti slip grippy end. Whatever you call it, they are important as they give you grip and help prevent slipping.It’s important you change it when the tread becomes worn or uneven. It’s a good idea to check it a few times a year. So here are all the different colours of ferrules you can choose fr ..read more
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