My Dream Accessible Bathroom

*Disclaimer: This post is commissioned by Bathing Solutions to give my thoughts on what I look for in an accessible bathroom We moved house at the end of April and I love our accessible bungalow; it’s really big, plenty of room for my wheelchair, lots of storage space and just all-round amazing. However, whoever lived…

Accessibility: Captioning Your Instagram Story

If you’re using Instagram Story and are not adding captions when you speak on there, why? Yes, it takes a bit more time. Yes, you have to watch your clips back a few times, but ultimately, Instagram, and all aspects of social media and the internet should be accessible to everyone. Subtitles on Instagram Story…

Dog Friendly Fife: Teddy’s First Holiday

*Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Visit Scotland Our eleventh month old Cockapoo, Teddy joined us on our week away to Fife; it was his first holiday and he had lots of new, exciting experiences. When I went to visit the Dunfermline Carnegie Library and Galleries (you can read about that here), Teddy explored Dunfermline…

Accessible Days Out in Fife: StAnza and Beach Wheelchairs

*Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Visit Scotland During my week-long stay in Fife, I had three accessible days out planned; I was visiting the Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries (you can read all about that here), catching a poetry performance at StAnza and venturing to St Andrews beach to test the beach wheelchairs. I…

Accessible Day Out at Dunfermline Carnegie Library and Galleries

*Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Visit Scotland The first full day we had in Fife I spent exploring the Dunfermline Carnegie Library and Galleries, and it was awesome. As a book lover, a history fan and someone that loves to learn, visiting the DCL&G was always going to be a winning day out for…

Accessible Accommodation in Fife: Homelands Trust and The Rings

*Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Visit Scotland Whilst staying in Fife we got to stay in two different locations; Homelands Trust in Lundin Links and The Rings in Cupar. Both were accessible self-catering places but they were very different. Our first four nights were spent in the Cardy lodge at Homelands Trust. Driving up…

The Curve Fashion Festival 2018: The Good, The Bad, And The Really Poor Accessibility

Over the weekend I went to my first ever fashion festival in St George’s Hall, Liverpool. I was on home turf. I travelled the four hours a few days before to stay at my parents so I could recover from the drive and spend some time with my family.I’d been looking forward to it for…