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

Should Blue Badges be given to people with hidden disabilities?

It was reported earlier this week that the blue badge scheme will be expanding by giving them to people with hidden disabilities in England. A blue badge is a parking permit that allows people with physical disabilities to park their vehicles in disabled parking bays and double yellow lines. The scheme was introduced in 1970… Continue reading Should Blue Badges be given to people with hidden disabilities?

Heat, Hazards and Hooting

Ok I’m no car expert, have never driven a car and unfortunately never will, have very little knowledge on types of cars and do not have much interest in them. As long as I can get from A to B and my wheelchair can access the vehicle, then I’m happy. However I was stunned, shocked… Continue reading Heat, Hazards and Hooting

Updates on my life and upcoming blog content

This week I thought I’d give you an update on some life events and what plans I have for this blog in the next few weeks. My Updates Firstly, back in March, I wrote a blog post, Hunting for a media career, that looked at different internships I was aiming to apply for. The bad… Continue reading Updates on my life and upcoming blog content

10 inaccessible high street stores in the UK

Growing up I’ve loved a bit of retail therapy. But more recently I’ve noticed this has become less enjoyable and more stressful due to inaccessibility for disabled people in high street stores. From narrow aisles to products blocking areas and sometimes literally no room for a wheelchair at all. Here I want to share my… Continue reading 10 inaccessible high street stores in the UK