Q&A with Austin Meservia: Bicycles & Tea
Austin (22) is currently an Accounting major at Walla Walla University, Washington, USA. He was diagnosed with epilepsy in 2008Read more.
How to be an Adventurer
Spoiler alert: adventures tend to involve risk. When preparing to climb rocks, paddle down whitewater or bike on rough terrain,Read more.
Seizing My Life Back with Keto
I sat in the darkness of my bedroom and I knew that if my life ended right there, I wasRead more.
Q&A with Kiley & Kathleen Lyall: Running Together
Kiley (26) and her mother Kathleen (51) are fitness enthusiasts from the suburbs of Chicago, Illinois, USA. Kiley, the middleRead more.
Finding My Inner Peak
From what I remember (and sometimes the epilepsy doesn’t leave much) 2015 was an eventful year for me. I overcameRead more.
Q&A with Sophie Morawetz: Surfer & Skier
Sophie (30) is a filmmaker based in Munich, who doesn’t really like living in a city. A hardcore girl fromRead more.
What is the Ketogenic Diet? From Seizures to Endurance Sports
The Venn diagram of endurance sports and epilepsy currently has a rather small middle section, but there is something thatRead more.
The Camino Diaries
“And now I was on my journey, in a pair of thick boots and with a hazel stick in myRead more.
Rock Climbing 101: an Introduction to the Crag
The wonder of climbing is that it challenges you both mentally and physically. It forces you to be in theRead more.
Peace in West Texas
When my husband Eric and I set out with our dogs on a three-day trip, I had specific expectations. I wasRead more.
Q&A with Kyle Parker: Neuro Ninja
Born and raised outside of Boulder, Colorado, Kyle Parker (29) caught our attention via his Instagram account @The_NeuroNinja. After hisRead more.
Q&A with Jessica Suciu-Morgan: Ultra Runner
Jessica Suciu-Morgan (31) describes herself as a military brat/wife, a life that involves a lot of moving around. There isRead more.
Paddling Towards a Cure
I have epilepsy. I don’t know if I was born with it. The better conclusion is that I developed itRead more.
Charity Hiking 101: Raising Money
When I completed the Ben Nevis Challenge to raise money for Epilepsy Action, I managed to raise £700 for theRead more.
Hot Drinks for Cold Campers
The warmer days of summer entice more of us out into the countryside and it is the most popular timeRead more.
A Marathon for Mom
Runners are a strange group. We love lacing up our shoes and hitting the trail, road, or treadmill for extendedRead more.
Hiking Snowdon Now and Then
photography by Conan BurkeNowWe crossed the border mere minutes ago, but a sky that has been threatening all afternoon isRead more.
Alex Staniforth: Endurance Athlete
The fact that Alex Staniforth was plagued by adversity and epilepsy as a child makes the twenty-three year old’s CVRead more.
Q&A with Kaydee Gaeta: Tough in Mud
Kaydee Gaeta (30) posts on Instagram about running with epilepsy, and the training she fits into her busy life. ButRead more.
A Matter of Mind Over Mountains
It was one of those mornings you cherish in a small mountain town: a foot of fresh snow outside theRead more.
What to Pack for a Day Hike with Epilepsy
Hiking is a great exercise for people with epilepsy. It keeps you active, increases oxygen intake and gives you aRead more.
The Magic of Camping in Flagstaff
Do you know what magic feels like? Some call it goosebumps, chills, willies, or God bumps. Magic is that momentRead more.
Podcast Episode 0 | Teaser
Start gearing up for the Seize Your Adventure podcast: this is where the adventure community and the epilepsy community meet.ThisRead more.
Episode 1: Jade Nelson Part One | Peace in West Texas
Welcome to the Seize Your Adventure podcast! This podcast lets you listen stories and interviews from people living the outdoorRead more.
Episode 2: Jade Nelson Part Two | A Chat with Jade
In this Q&A, we’ll learn a bit more about Jade Nelson, who wrote and read the Episode 1 story, “PeaceRead more.
Episode 3: Joe Stevenson Part One | Finding My Inner Peak
This podcast takes you to one of the most remote parts of the UK, an area renowned as the lastRead more.
Episode 4: Joe Stevenson Part Two | A Chat with Joe
It is important to acknowledge when we do impressive things. Not just because a sense of pride won’t do usRead more.
Episode 5: Fran Turauskis Part One | The Camino
Let me take you on a very intimate journey from my first seizure to walking the Norte and Primitivo Caminos.Read more.
Episode 6: Fran Turauskis Part Two | Fran Chats
Advocate for adventure and epilepsy awareness. Writer. Editor. Podcaster. Public Speaker. In this interview (of sorts) you get to hearRead more.
An Interview by Travelettes
Seize Your Adventure Founder, Fran Turauskis was interviewed by Kathi Kamleitner for the website Travelettes. Here is their conversation, whichRead more.
Learning from Surfing with Epilepsy
In the following story, Cameron Schwartzkopf talks about his relationship with seizures and surfing. This includes some of the largerRead more.
Episode 7: Jordan Wylie | 20ish Questions
Adventurer. Soldier. Author. Jordan Wylie is known for his challenges at the extreme end of the adventure spectrum. Described byRead more.
Episode 8: Jake Quigley Part One | Mind Over Mountains
For Jake Quigley, adventure is more than just a past time, or even a passion. Adventure is a lifestyle, andRead more.
Episode 9: Jake Quigley Part Two | A Chat with Jake
Jake Quigley is the executive director of the non profit Outdoor Mindset. The organisation’s mission is to unite and inspireRead more.
Episode 10: Adventurers Talk Epilepsy
We’ve heard from people with epilepsy how they seize adventure. Now it’s time to put some adventurers on the spot.Read more.