Friendships can be made online

Five months ago, I shared how my disability created friendships. I’ve also been lucky enough to make friends and acquaintances online. On 25th February 2017, I became friends on Facebook with a young lady called Heather Monger, who lives in Cornwall. We found each other on a Facebook group called Cerebral Palsy UK. We were… Continue reading Friendships can be made online

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5 reasons to become a volunteer

This week organisations and charities have been celebrating Volunteers Week. This occasion recognises and thanks volunteers for all their amazing hard work and giving up their time for others. It is said that in 2017/18, 20.1 million (38%) people in the UK volunteered formally at least once a year and 11.8 million (22%) of people did so… Continue reading 5 reasons to become a volunteer

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… Continue reading My summary of February 2019