Greetings readers, Welcome back to the blog! If you noticed, I’ve been relatively quiet and disappeared from social media lately, that’s because, I’ve been taking some necessary me time. So, I just kind of stayed away from social media as much as possible. And, part of how I spent my me time was, by doing… Read More 5 Book Recommendations (Part 2)
Greetings readers, Welcome back to the blog! Do you think 5 years is a long time? Think about it. Five years is 60 months, it’s 1825 days and it’s 2628000 minutes! Five years may not be a super long time compared to decades and centuries, but it’s still quite some time that one can achieve… Read More 5 Years of Blogging
Greetings readers, Welcome back to the blog! Today is an important day. Today marks the 5th year anniversary of The Invisible Vision Project! That’s right, five years ago today, which was on March 20, 2016, The Invisible Vision Project came to life. This happened about 6 months after I came out as disabled; and I… Read More The Invisible Vision Project at 5 Years!
Greetings readers, Welcome back to the blog! Today marks one year since the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global pandemic. And since then, nearly all of our lives have been impacted, changed and disrupted by this virus and by the pandemic. We faced at least once, if not multiple times of lockdowns; we’ve been… Read More A Year of Pandemic
Greetings readers, Welcome back to the blog! Just a little over a year ago, I wrote a first-ever My Fragrance-Free Journey on this blog. This was a journey I never would’ve thought I’d be embarking on, but alas, due to health reasons, it had to be done. When I first wrote that blog, I still… Read More My Fragrance-Free Journey (Part 2)
Greetings Readers, Welcome back to the blog. Being disabled is not easy. Having a disability often means, you’re faced with a lot of challenges, hardships, barriers and discriminations. After all, the world is not built with the disabled in mind, despite many improvements on accessibility that have already been done (and without question, there’s definitely… Read More Lessons I’ve Learned from Being Disabled