Schools out forever… but never forgotten

The summer holidays are coming to a close for children and it is time to go back to school. It still feels like yesterday I was one of those children. I finished school in June 2010, leaving with 6 GCSE’s (yes I only studied 6 subjects). Although I don’t miss the lessons, homework and exams,… Continue reading Schools out forever… but never forgotten

My nominations for the Sunshine Blogger Award 2018

Rock For Disability has been running for over 9 months and has 4000+ blog hits, over 100 followers, over 750 Facebook likes and on average 500 views a month. Now I’m delighted to announce this blog has been nominated for The Sunshine Blogger Award; which recognises and celebrates the creativity, positivity and inspirations of blogger’s… Continue reading My nominations for the Sunshine Blogger Award 2018

We speak to Marsha De Cordova, Shadow Minister for Disability

We’ve spoken to Labour MP and Shadow Minister for Disability, Marsha De Cordova, about her career in politics as a disabled person, her views on PIP and how Brexit will affect disabled people, and how she’s trying to make a difference for disabled people. — Read on disabilityhorizons.com/2018/08/disbility-and-politics-interview-with-marsha-de-cordova-shadow-minister-for-disability/ Like Rock For Disability on Facebook, follow… Continue reading We speak to Marsha De Cordova, Shadow Minister for Disability

Album Review: Erratic Cinematic by Gerry Cinnamon

____________________________________________________________ Artist’s Name: Gerry Cinnamon Genre: Indie rock, folk rock, acoustic blues & singer/songwriter Founded: 2014 Originated From: Glasgow, UK Discography: Erratic Cinematic (Album, 2017) ____________________________________________________________ Although his debut album has been released for nearly a year now, I only came across Gerry Cinnamon when his single “Sometimes” was played on Radio X a month… Continue reading Album Review: Erratic Cinematic by Gerry Cinnamon

Is a masters degree worth pursuing?

I can’t believe it has been 8 years since I received my GCSE results, 5 years since I received my A-Level results and 2 years since I graduated from university with a BA in Journalism. But after all that hard work of revision, coursework deadlines and research assignments, I’m still unemployed. Why? I don’t know!… Continue reading Is a masters degree worth pursuing?