Okay, so this isn’t a ‘How-To’ guide. It’s more of a ‘How-To Not Remove Human Rights’ type situation. Often, if I’m out and about with a friend or family member who is able-bodied, they begin to notice the inaccessible inequalities that they are surrounded with. Able-bodied people, it’s not your fault. It’s not something you… Continue reading Hints and Tips on Legally Discriminating Against the Disabled in 2019
In August, I undertook a scary life change by moving to Denmark to study for a year. It was something that I had researched, spent a lot of money in buying adequate thermal underwear for and, of course, had gotten very excited about! However, in the time that I was there, many things became apparent,… Continue reading Where have I been?
My top 5 skincare products and reviews!
So, to mark the start of August, a few of our clan took a trip to a hidden gem in the Welsh valleys to Amazing Alpacasfarm. Can SOMEONE please sign this gorgeous boy? The farm is situated in Monmouthshire, and, for the wise driver, is probably very easy to find. However – however – we were not… Continue reading Alpaca Amazingness
TW: ED You don't have a right to the cards you believe you should have been dealt. You have an obligation to play the hell out of the ones you're holding. I saw this today and it resonated very deeply. This week has been a bit of a struggle trying to negotiate with my university… Continue reading If you’re not, why not?
A look at my weekend with British Summer Time Festival, disability, public transport, vegan food and what we can do as individuals to change the world for the better.
Today I got the results from my second year at university. Initially I was thrown when I saw the phrase at the top ‘You have failed to complete Stage 2’ but after reading the rest of the page, I understand better! In my coursework, I averaged a 2.1. In my exams I averaged a first! However,… Continue reading The results are in!