Ignoring disabled customers

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored article. All views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely the blogger’s own. Have you ever taken much thought to when it coming to going shopping, eating out or going to watch a movie? No. And why would you, it’s almost easy to get lost in a world that’sContinue reading “Ignoring disabled customers”

Facing the physical transitions

Transitions are a part of life from the moment we’re born. We go through puberty as teenagers and our bodies change. We move out of our parents’ place to go to university or start a new job. We get older, some of us have kids, and our perspectives change. When living with Muscular Dystrophy weContinue reading “Facing the physical transitions”

Access means??

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored article, all views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely the blogger’s own. There are over 14 million disabled people living in the UK, it’s safe to say have been adapting their lives for many years, already faced with restrictions, health anxieties and challenges. It’s just a part ofContinue reading “Access means??”

Our accessible home anniversary

Wow I can’t actually believe we are in May where has the time gone!? The first weekend in may ‘bank holiday weekend’ is a special memory for hubby and i, but more for me it was the weekend we finally moved into our accessible home provided by Habinteg – I have spoken a few timesContinue reading “Our accessible home anniversary”

Overcoming being self- conscious about using a power chair

If you already follow my journey though this crazy imperfect life, you will already know the exciting new i announced a week ago about receiving my new wheels, and if your new to my page welcome it nice to have you here. I think it’s easier for society to automatically think that if you’re aContinue reading “Overcoming being self- conscious about using a power chair”

Our Powers of Observation

Muscular dystrophy takes my physical abilities, but not my powers of observation if anything it just heightens my ability to observe more than others! I may joke about calling me a superhero because of the name of my muscular dystrophy ‘FHL1 Gene mutation’. – my physical limitations just heighten other abilities like my observational skills,Continue reading “Our Powers of Observation”

I have my legs back!

Ten months ago i wrote an article called ‘you stole my legs’. After being so sick and tired of being lied to and treated like i was ‘less than’ by a company that has contact with the disabled community every single day. There is a huge misconception that most people believe that when you haveContinue reading “I have my legs back!”

Choose to change!

It’s almost our day ladies! International Women’s Day is approaching that fast it’s tomorrow. While i think you should celebrate yourself every day, International Women’s Day is a great opportunity to reflect on being a woman while celebrating our achievements especially in a world that doesn’t really see us, disabled or not. This day isContinue reading “Choose to change!”