My wife and I love to travel. We’re blessed to have the financial freedom to be able to do it, and her job working for American Airlines goes a long way towards making those travels happen. When we both have a week off, you can bet that we’re going to be on a plane heading… Continue reading A Blind American in London
The second part of my interview with Blind Abilities explores my journey of accepting the cane and applying for a guide dog. One of the best things about doing this interview with Jeff at Blind Abilities was the opportunity to open up more honestly about some of the struggles that I've had and the process… Continue reading Blind Abilities Podcast – Part 2
Whenever someone gets a new pair of glasses what’s the first thing everyone does? They ask how strong they are. Then usually someone asks to try them on, giving their own verdict on what the world looks through someone else’s eyes. We never expect everyone to see the same. We understand that every pair of… Continue reading Narrow Views
I love travelling to new places! I'm pretty courageous and I enjoy going off the beaten track. As well as the usual European city breaks, I've been to India several times by myself for work and pleasure, I've explored Marrakesh, and visited the States. However, travelling and holidaying when you have a visual impairment often… Continue reading Cane Adventures at Center Parcs
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
I was born visually impaired and although I have faced a fair few challenges, my disability hasn't stopped me achieving my goals. However, there has always been something I have desperately wanted to do but haven't been allowed. Drive a car. I didn't really understand my visual impairment as a child. I knew I had… Continue reading Mind your blind spot!
The best thing about using a cane is that it helps me find stuff before I bump into it. However, when I'm travelling around London, there is a lot of stuff to avoid bumping into! One of my biggest problems is street clutter. What is street clutter? Well it's different to street furniture like lamp… Continue reading Street Clutter