How my disability created friendships

A few weeks ago I shared a post with the pros and cons of living with my disability. The first and most important positive thing I mentioned was the friendships I’ve made over the years: “Getting to make lifelong friends through school, theatre groups and (The occasional brilliant) carers.“ There are in fact five particular… Continue reading How my disability created friendships

25 memories in 25 years

On this day 25 years ago, a baby girl called Emma was born. For the past quarter of a s century, she has lived an extraordinary life. On here she is best known as the founder, creator and author of this blog… me! To honour my birthday, I want to share my 25 favourite memories… Continue reading 25 memories in 25 years

10 Disability Horror Stories

“It’s the most scariest time of the year, with the kids trick or treating and monsters appearing that will bring us to fear, it’s the most scariest time of the year! πŸ‘»πŸ’€β˜ οΈπŸ€‘πŸ‘½πŸ‘ΎπŸ§Ÿβ€β™‚οΈπŸ§›β€β™‚οΈπŸ‘ΏπŸ§™β€β™‚οΈπŸŽƒ” Yes Halloween is here again but it isn’t all about ghosts, vampires, zombies and monsters. Just trying to live a daily life as… Continue reading 10 Disability Horror Stories

Catching up and counting down

As I write this sentence, I am sat in bed and it is 11:41pm on Thursday 25th October. So as you can gather this post is very Impromptu and not at all planned or scheduled – rookie blogger mistake! But to be fair I have spent most of this week researching more blogging strategies. So… Continue reading Catching up and counting down

5 top tips on how to prepare for a job interview

This week I attended a job interview for an IT Helpdesk Administrator role at Treloar’s. I saw the position advertised on Treloar’s recruitment Facebook Page earlier this month and thought I would apply for it. I received a phone call from their HR department last week inviting me to an interview which I accepted. But… Continue reading 5 top tips on how to prepare for a job interview