Tom Shewbridge

My name is Tom Shewbridge, Owner/Admin of A Medic's World, an energetic and outgoing individual who enjoys life to the fullest. I have enjoyed what I have done in my life including serving my country, being a Veteran, working in my community for 23 years as a Paramedic, and now being the Admin/Owner of A Medic's World. Growing up, I have always enjoyed gadgets/tech, computers, and music just to name a few. I used to take apart radios, and other electronics just to see how they worked, and that is why I guess I enjoy building my own computers as much as I do today! I enjoy collecting hand drawn art cards about the size of baseball cards, and I have a pretty impressive collection of themed USB Flash Drives as well. A Medic's World is a site that likes to bring reviews about vacuums, tech/gadgets, gaming systems, games, cameras, computers, music and movies, art, tablets, and iOS and Android games/apps to my followers and fans. I also enjoy reviewing and writing about EMS and Paramedic related items, health related products like knee, back or ankle braces, vitamins and supplements, and Men's Clothing and Foot apparel.

Blooming Into Spring Blog Hop – Win a $25 Amazon Gift Card from Me, more from other Blogs!

blog hop

Enter to win $25 Amazon Gift Card from A Medic’s World, also enter to win the grand prize, and visit all the other blogs for the giveaways they are having as well! Lots of prizes to win, you just have to enter!

Artist Pick of the day from A Medic’s World, 4/15/14, Artist Roy Cover

Superman and Supergirl by Roy Cover

I try to find cards that are stunning, spectacular, and inspire me to want to share, these are often cards being sold by someone other than the original artist, but it is the Artist I am trying to “showcase” to show you the talent they have, and to hope that you might want to seek them out, to maybe do a commission, or get art from them directly if they have their own site.

Depression is not a Dirty Word!

Depression

I am not afraid to admit that I have had my moments in my career, where I was depressed at work. Not accepting it, and not finding ways to deal with it, just causes you to fall deeper into the problem. I was fortunate that my last employer had programs set up where I could talk to someone, and help me get back to the path that I was use to walking on.