I didn’t realise that people actually wanted to know more about my chronic pain, not until I ran an anonymous survey about my blog and its content, (if you’d like to leave me some feedback, you can do so by clicking HERE). Some weeks I’m not so vocal about my pain, other weeks I like to complain a lot. I even created a private Twitter so I can moan away without annoying people. I thought it might be useful to share my chronic pain journey with all the clinics I’ve been too, help I’ve got from the NHS, medications that have been recommended to me, and anything else that could potentially help others. Everyone’s pain is different, but you can always make suggestions to your…

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Enough is enough. I’ve never been one to care over offending companies, especially when they’re doing wrong by the blogging community, and so, I want to start talking more about accessibility at blogging events. Are Brands, PRs, & Bloggers doing enough for disabled bloggers? The short and definite answer is, hell no. Some are not even trying. Some don’t even acknowledge that there are disabled bloggers. It’s hard enough being disabled in such an ableist world. Getting out and about with a severe lack of access to so many venues is beyond frustrating, but when you’re trying to network and meet new people and contacts for a hobby or career that you love? It’s seriously infuriating. The majority of companies don’t even ask about accessibility…

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