Because we could all use a little Serendipity.
She was first introduced to the Trikke world when her story — Delaware self-motivator is motivated to master the Trikke — garnered attention, most notably because, as photos showed, the front wheel of her Trikke was on backward. But thanks to our readers, she turned things around, and begin feeling like Rocky Balboa on a Trikke. Now she’s sharing her unique perspective and motivational thoughts in a brand new blog on the chronicle of the carving revolution.
TrikkeWorld Magazine is proud to announce and welcome our newest contributor, Sue Thompson, and her new featured blog, Serendipity: Desirable discoveries by accident.
The title is only fitting. Sue’s turnaround came about when TrikkeWorld contacted her through Twitter, thanks to her use of the hashtag #Trikke.
“I don’t think I knew about TrikkeWorld Magazine [before being contacted for the story],” says Thompson. “That a couple of readers could see from one photograph that I might be struggling with something completely fixable, then give me instructions, this is a revelation to me!”
Sue’s positive outlook — which she maintained even while struggling to learn how to ride an incorrectly assembled Trikke — could be summed up by what she shared after the turnaround:
“The joy of that discovery, of the correction of a simple mistake, has been one of the best things that ever happened to me. I don’t mean to equate it to a spectacular life event, but here’s the thing: the realization that one small adjustment can lead to consistent joy is a gift — and I’ve been delighting in the gift ever since!”
Now TrikkeWorld readers will share the gift, biweekly in Serendipity.