How Not To Be Awkward Around Disability #EndTheAwkward


Greetings Readers! Welcome back to fashioneyesta.com! Today I wanted to do a blog in accompaniment to a recent video that I filmed for my YouTube channel in conjunction with Scope's #EndTheAwkward campaign. For those of you who are not aware of this allow me to briefly get you into the loop. The campaign was launched [...]

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The One Where Things Get Cringey: Sharing My Awkward Moments #EndTheAwkward

The One Where Things Get Cringey: Sharing My Awkward Moments #EndTheAwkward

Cringe worthy doesn't even come close to todays blog. I hope you're ready to be squirming in your seats as you hear some of my awkward stories. Now life itself can be a very awkward thing from time to times the times when you say or do the wrong thing, that frost silence, when you [...]

The Top Ten Misconceptions About Visual Impairment


Greetings Readers!
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 her guide dog Unity 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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