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

5 Recommended game skills on Amazon Alexa

Due to the popularity of this post with over 200 views, I thought I would share it again and include a new favourite game of mine. Please keep reading to find out more: I have had my Amazon Alexa for 21 months now and it has been a tremendous lifeline for me. Plus very entertaining!… Continue reading 5 Recommended game skills on Amazon Alexa

Assistive Tech Tips: Part 1 – 10 accessible gadgets for people with sight loss

I have been registered blind for over 13 years now and within that time I’ve had to learn different strategies and techniques to read, write and carry out daily tasks. The greatest tool for me to achieve these things is using assistive technology. In this three part series, I’m going to share with you the… Continue reading Assistive Tech Tips: Part 1 – 10 accessible gadgets for people with sight loss

There’s no business like show business

This week, after an 18 month hiatus, I returned to the stage and joined a new theatre company. The West End Centre is a local live music venue and performing arts theatre in Aldershot, Hampshire. They run a variety of theatre groups ranging from primary school age to adulthood. I was introduced to the adult… Continue reading There’s no business like show business

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