My 2018 in review

2018 has been the year of me being productive, determined and self-motivated. I would admit I haven’t achieved as much as I hoped this year. However I’ve discovered what I’m capable of and what I can accomplish with the resources and connections I have. Here is a roundup of all my achievements, activities and life… Continue reading My 2018 in review

10 alternative Christmas songs

The big day is finally approaching. You’ve wrapped all your presents, ordered your turkey and sorted out the spare room for Grandma. But there is still one thing you need to consider; What music should you play on Christmas Day? Although I do love a bit of the classics including Slade, Wizard, Mariah Carey and… Continue reading 10 alternative Christmas songs

AccessAble Hampshire Champion – vlog introduuction

Two weeks ago, I became the new AccessAble Hampshire Champion. AccessAble is a charitableorganisation who provide accssibility guides for disabled people acroos the UK. My role is to share my experiences of accessible places within Hampshire and encourage local authorities to collabarate with AccessAble to provide more accessible guides and facilities for disabled people in… Continue reading AccessAble Hampshire Champion – vlog introduuction

Assistive Tech Tips: Part 2 – 10 accessibility features on iPhone and iPad

Last week I begun my three part blog series “Assistive Tech Tips”. The first part I shared “10 accessible gadgets for people with sight loss.” It was very well received and gained 82 views on the day of publishing and totalling this week to 143 views which is amazing! This week I want to share… Continue reading Assistive Tech Tips: Part 2 – 10 accessibility features on iPhone and iPad

Album Review: Simulation Theory by Muse

On Friday 9th November 2018, Muse, the rock trio from Devon, released their eighth studio album Simulation Theory. The record has a strong opening with the track Algorithm; Headbanging percussion, dramatic strings, magical piano keys, heavy guitar riffs, supersonic synthesising and powerful vocals courtesy of lead singer, Matt Bellemy. It signifyes the sounds of 80’s… Continue reading Album Review: Simulation Theory by Muse