Photo of me and my 6yr old daughter Abbie walking hand-in-hand as I roll in my powerchair. The photo is taken from behind as we stroll along tower bridge in London.

A Guide to Exploring London as a Mum in a Wheelchair ♿

After #MDUKConf18, we made some time to explore the capital as a family. Here’s how I got on navigating the big city as a Mum who’s a wheelchair user. Continue reading A Guide to Exploring London as a Mum in a Wheelchair ♿

I Risk My Life Everytime I Venture Out | #FitToBurst

Lack of truly accessible toilets threatens my life & countless other disabled individuals in modern day Britain. Learn about the health implications of not being able to go to the toilet when you need to and how Changing Places don’t just change lives, they’re SAVING lives! Continue reading I Risk My Life Everytime I Venture Out | #FitToBurst

The Sunshine Blogger Award

Thank you to Holly for nominating me for The Sunshine Blogger Award, an award I didn’t even know existed until I was tagged by the lovely blogger of ‘Life Of A Blind Girl.’ Such a wonderful idea to help readers better get to know you and support your friends!   1. What’s your favourite thing about blogging? Tacking diverse topics that I’m really passionate about. Creating awareness like when I decided not to feel ashamed anymore about that fact I experienced domestic abuse in a past relationship, somehow finding the courage to talk about it finally, instead of it being … Continue reading The Sunshine Blogger Award

Locked-Out | The REAL Cost Of Senseless Social Housing Policies

The unfathomable reality of being young & disabled, locking me out of an ageist bungalow policy within social housing. Our ongoing struggle 5yrs in such an unsuitable property, that I couldn’t put my own children to bed. This is our battle #foraccessiblehomes trapped by the #hiddenhousingcrisis. Continue reading Locked-Out | The REAL Cost Of Senseless Social Housing Policies