My summary of February 2019

This month has appeared to be more productive than I originally thought. In fact, I’ve been so busy, I had to publish this summary a week later than planned.

Freelance Work

These past few weeks, I’ve been deep down in various freelance jobs for Disability Horizons and AccessAble:

  • I wrote an article at Disability Horizons promoting Nimbus Disability’s Access Card scheme.
  • I created a video and blog review of the AccessAble app in Basingstoke.
  • I’ve begun prepping for interviews with famous disabled people for Disability Horizons.
  • I attended the Team BRIT’s racing academy launch as Disability Horizons’ reporter. Read my full article and watch my video coverage.
  • I’ve registered to attend the Attitude is Everything awards event as reporter for Disability Horizons.
  • I’ve registered to attend Naidex at the end of March.

More details of the above are available in my blog roundup below.


Continuing my challenge to read more classic literature, this month I read Little Women by Louisa May Alcott. I was inspired to read this book from the episode of the 90s sitcom Friends, where Rachel encourages Joey to read it. It was a beautiful, heart-warming story filled with love, kindness and emotion. It was interesting to learn how young women lived and grew up in the 1800s.

Bohemian Rhapsody – sing-along screening

Three weeks ago, I went to a sing-along screening of the award winning biopic, Bohemian Rhapsody at the Farnham Maltings, Surrey.  I did see the film for the first time back in November but when I saw this event advertised on social media, I immediately decided I wanted to go. I was disappointed we were unable to sing along the first time so to have the opportunity to sing along this time was great.  It was the closest thing I was going to get to see Queen play live with Freddie Mercury. Unfortunately not as many people as I thought did join in with the singalong. I think I ended up being the loudest of them all.


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Blog post roundup

In case you missed any of my blog posts this month, here is a roundup of them:

1. Music Review:Numb Killer by Tarah Who?

2.  5 recommended game skills on Amazon Alexa – UPDATED!

3. Music Interview: Life Underfoot

4. How my disability created friendships

5. Music Interview: Lovesick Radio

6. New adventures at Disability Horizons

7. Music Interview: The King of Mars

8. Assistive Tech Tips: AccessAble app review

5 Favourite Blog Posts

Here are my 5 favourite blog posts I’ve read this month:

1. When does accessible mean accessible? by CPANDM-E

2. The power of empathy by Dr Perry at Make It Ultra Psychology

3. What you see when you can’t see by The Secret Blind

4. Anger Management: A crash course by Wrae Saunders at One Blog, One Day at a Time

5. Disability is the national crisis ‘We are being culled.’ by Simon Sansome at Ability Access

That concludes my February summary. What have been your highlights or favourite blog posts this month. Please share your thoughts in the comments box or social media.

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