Day 3 of lockdown for some people Weeks 2 for disabled people While we're in the thick of a global pandemic￼ life as we once knew it￼ seems like a distant past ￼￼time. With washing your hands more going to be the new norm our routines will drastically change ￼from now on. The government have … Continue reading The importance of self-care in isolation
Let's get though this together in a true old fashioned British way! It doesn't seem to matter where you look right now whether it's Switching on the TV opening up your Facebook, Instagram and Twitter app's o￼￼ur newsfeeds are full of one thing and one thing only ￼coronavirus￼￼ (COID-19). With the Government￼ ramping up ￼￼their … Continue reading Loneliness & isolation
I maybe one of the rare breeds of girls growing up that wasn't really interested in barbie dolls when I was younger, I was more an outdoorsy ￼girl. I remember my grandparents having my aunties and mums old dolls in a little navy blue case but I never really had much interest they came out … Continue reading I have a wheelchair Barbie
Disclaimer: This is a paid post by AccessAble you can download their App by clicking this link Celebrating the success of women is exciting and powerful, shining a spotlight on the amazing women in the world. I like to think that I celebrate women every day, however, International Women’s Day on 8th March is a … Continue reading International women’s day
Is my marriage defined by my disability!? Even up to the day of saying I Do I asked hubby to be if he was totally sure that he wanted to marry me, not for your normal wedding jitter ￼reasons like do you really love me, will you be fateful, this is forever questions. None of … Continue reading Our marriage & Muscular Dystrophy
Being disabled isn't always easy, it's very easy to look into others worlds these days and say, I wish ￼￼my life was/Could be ........ Theses day's for people to compare themselves to others with ￼online platforms such as Instagram, Facebook￼, Snapchat. It's not unnatural to want to be someone else we spend our childhoods ￼dreaming … Continue reading How to stop comparing yourself to others!
Hey Everyone welcome back! What does the title mean to you? 'How to you the best version of ourselves' ￼. I try to work on myself as regularly as I can as it's always good to check in on yourself and learn, especially living with mental health checking in on yourself is definitely ￼a good … Continue reading How to be the Best version of yourself
In a world where we can be ANYTHING..... what do you choose?? ￼ If you've visited my page before you'll know I don't shy away from my own struggles with mental health￼￼￼￼, I've had this post sitting in my drafts for a while now waiting to be finished and with recent events ￼￼that have hit … Continue reading Be Kind
I've written a few times about how not having an accessible home when you have a disability can be just as detrimental to your health as having a disability. Once you have an accessible home that works for you I.e wet room (walk in bathroom) wide doors, accessible kitchen with a rise and drop sides … Continue reading Accessibility within your home.
'Building Better, Building Beautiful' These are the words the Government have used in a new report announced ￼￼this week, MP Robert Jenrick even used the words 'building beautiful must become the norm'. When I read the full report hoping that finally we were going to see the government stepping up, by seeing that accessible homes … Continue reading A beautiful home, A beautiful Accessible home