Greetings Readers! I hope you are all well and prospering? Today I wanted to share a really exciting piece of news, well two in fact. The first is that last week I found out that I had received a distinction in my Dissertation meaning that I have passed my masters degree and will be graduating! [...]
Today I wanted to share with you some very exciting news that has taken place over on the blog for Scope-a charity supporting disabled people across the UK. Recently, I wrote a piece for them in relation to a YouTube video on the top ten misconceptions of sight loss and the Scope #EndTheAlkward campaign. Where I talk about the top 10 misconceptions relation to my sight loss and now…here it is.
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Guest post from Emily Davison, a writer, fashion blogger, English Literature student and YouTuber. She also happens to be visually impaired and works with a guide dog.
Emily with Unity (photo from Guide Dogs)
Do you ever face those moments in your day where something cringe-worthy happens to you? Do you find yourself thinking how wonderful it would be if the ground would swallow you up?
In life I find that there have been many obstacles that I have had to face. But, one thing that never seems to vanish are the questions I get due to my disability. Some of them are the most awkward and frustrating moments I can recollect. Some make me want to recoil in sheer mortification.
Recently I created a video on my YouTube channel after reading an article by a young women in a wheelchair about the top ten sayings and questions that she gets due…
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Art is one of the most prominent aspects of culture, it enriches the lives of many, has given writers, musicians, painters and filmmakers alike inspiration for many years. But, one thing that it has always been perceived as a visual entity that only those with vision can enjoy. However, the work of charities and organisations [...]