THE MPFL DIARIES A double update on my two MPFL surgeries Kristine Camins, MPFL Survivor, Hong Kong 29 December 2016 Hello to all my fellow MPFL survivors! It's been quite some time since I last posted an update on my knees and you might be wondering how I am getting...
I have always been an avid watcher of Youtube videos. Would you believe that I learned how to drive a Nissan Presage from watching a Youtube video? I was on an audit assignment in Brunei and I had to drive to our client’s office in an automatic Nissan Presage. Up until the first day of my new assignment, I had only driven a manual car. I remember staying up the night before and looking for videos on Youtube about how to drive an automatic car, a right hand drive one. Needless to say, my senior and I survived a week of me behind the wheel.
It’s been three months since my second MPFL Reconstruction Surgery and I can proudly report that I am doing well. I initially had some fears before going into the second surgery but so far none of those fears have become reality. At the three months post-op mark, here are the things that I can now do.
I’ve finally made lots of progress from my second MPFL Reconstruction Surgery! Here’s a quick update of how I’ve been progressing with my recovery.
Hi everyone. I just want to give you an update with how I am doing. I had my second knee surgery last January 18, 2016 and things have been going very well so far. Read more about my update on my blog.
With the new year comes a fresh start for all of us. For most people, this includes finally going to the gym or starting a new lifestyle. It is always about exercising more, eating less, being more confident, being happier, or starting a new career for the new year. But most of us fail to look at a very important aspect of our lives – our finances. We should actually all start at looking our finances first because without money we won’t be able to pay for our gym memberships, buy healthy food, or go on that cruise we’ve always dreamed of. For the new year, I would like to suggest 5 simple ways you can follow to improve your financial life.
Happy anniversary to my right knee! It's been a tough year of recovering from the MPFL Reconstruction surgery and it wasn't without complications. But the big question is, was it worth it? Let's start with my progress. I achieved my heel-to-butt bend at around 7...
As a blogger, one of the usual questions my friends and co-workers ask is “Is it free to blog?” Yes. It is free to blog. I have blogged on Wordpress.com and Tumblr, both of which are free. However, blogging for free does come with limitations and since I wanted more freedom, I opted to move to Wordpress.org and start my own self-hosted blog. Now, the question is, “How much does it cost to run a self-hosted blog?”
I’ve crossed the six month mark of my knee surgery recovery. I’m happy to report that my knee is almost back to normal. Read on to find out more about how I’m doing.
Whoops! Did we just jump from Week 7 Post Op to 3 Months Post Op? Like I said in my previous post, I’ll be writing about my MPFL Reconstruction progress on a monthly basis from now on. I used to write about what happened weekly but there wasn’t that much progress to write about. Aggregating recovery milestones to form a monthly progress report seems so much better. I have a lot to share with you guys!