The Reality of Vertigo – Guest Post by Nikki

Nikki’s guest post is the 40th post in the segment on my blog, called “The Reality Of…” which gives others the ability to share their story and raise awareness of the disabilities, illnesses, impairments and invisible illnesses that they have. Meet Nikki! My name is Nikki Albert, blogging as the Brainless Blogger, from Edmonton, Alberta, […]

The Reality of Psoriatic Arthritis – Guest Post by Shannon

Shannon’s guest post is the 39th post in the segment on my blog, called “The Reality Of…” which gives others the ability to share their story and raise awareness of the disabilities, illnesses, impairments and invisible illnesses that they have. Meet Shannon! Hi there! My name is Shannon; I’m a 25-year-old man from Northern Ireland. […]

The Reality of Conquering My Anxiety – Guest Post by Savannah

Savannah’s guest post is the 36th post in the segment on my blog, called “The Reality Of…” which gives others the ability to share their story and raise awareness of the disabilities, illnesses, impairments and invisible illnesses that they have. Meet Savannah! Savannah Shea Blake is a Birth Doula, Confidence Coach and Writer at Earth […]

The Reality of OCD, Anxiety & IBS – Guest Post by Amy

Amy’s guest post is the 35th post in the segment on my blog, called “The Reality Of…” which gives others the ability to share their story and raise awareness of the disabilities, illnesses, impairments and invisible illnesses that they have. Meet Amy! My name is Amy and I live in Wiltshire, UK. I suffer with […]

The Reality of Transverse Myelitis – Guest Post by Barbara

Barbara’s guest post is the 34th post in the segment on my blog, called “The Reality Of…” which gives others the ability to share their story and raise awareness of the disabilities, illnesses, impairments and invisible illnesses that they have. Meet Barbara! As a Health & Wellness Coach, Barbara Babcock supports individuals to live well […]

The Importance of Mobility Aids

Before I became disabled, I didn’t realise just how important mobility aids are and the impact they can have on a person’s life. When I received my first manual wheelchair, it didn’t give me a good quality of life, it made me depressed and I had no independence whatsoever because the wheels were heavy and […]