Holly’s guide to gigs & concerts

Photo of a concert. Large crowd of people. There is a stage with red lights and huge screens. Ed Sheeran is visible in the huge screens singing.

My name is Holly, I’m 22 years old and I’m the author of the blog Life of a Blind Girl. Aside from blogging and working, I love reading a good book, seeing my friends and family, watching a bit of tv/YouTube and love going to concerts. As you can tell from the title of my… Continue reading Holly’s guide to gigs & concerts

How do blind people use computers?

Justin and his seeing eye dog PJ. Justin is sat on the beach in a red baseball cap, tshirt and shorts and polarised sunglasses. PJ is standing in front of him, side on, in his brown harness. PJ is looking off to the left of the photo. PJ is a black lab.

Note: I was asked by Amy a while back to write about technology and it’s uses for blind people. This is the first in these series of posts. I’d love to say that being blind is easy, but I’d be lying. Being blind is hard, especially for someone whose vision was more or less normal… Continue reading How do blind people use computers?

The best kind of help

A road, shot from above, looking down at a crowded path. Several different legs and feet are visible, it's busy. A white cane is sweeping the road at the bottom of the photo.

Many of you will be familiar with my #JustAskDontGrab campaign. I share my experiences of people who grab, push, pull and generally touch me without my consent under the promise of offering 'help'. Check out my Just Ask Don't Grab article for more on this campaign. Today I wanted to share the best practice, the helping… Continue reading The best kind of help