5 Funny Encounters with Strangers as a White Cane User

Hello Everyone, Welcome to The Invisible Vision Project's Blog! February is Low Vision Awareness Month and this week, Feb 3rd to 9th is also White Cane Week. Just in case you didn't know, I've had low vision nearly all my life (and I'm Legally Blind now), BUT I've only started using a white cane for the last 3… Continue reading 5 Funny Encounters with Strangers as a White Cane User

My First Realization that I Don’t See like Everyone Else Does

Hello Everyone, Welcome to The Invisible Vision Project's Blog. In honor of World Sight Day, I want to share with you all  two stories of when I first realized I don't see like everyone else does. If you've been following and reading my blogs for a long time, you probably know that I live with Vision Loss since the… Continue reading My First Realization that I Don’t See like Everyone Else Does

The Disability Misconceptions Tag

Hello Everyone, Today's Blog post is another Tag. This is The Disability Misconceptions Tag, it is created by Nicola Golding, a disabled YouTuber. I was not tagged by anyone to do this tag but, as a very dedicated disability activist as I am, I shall definitely take the time to do this tag. So, without further ado,… Continue reading The Disability Misconceptions Tag

Life with Vision Loss: Childhood Version

Hello Everyone, Welcome to The Invisible Vision Project's Blog. In today's blog, I want to share with you all about what life with vision loss was like for me, as a child. I never really shared a wholesome story of my experiences of living with vision loss when I was younger, in which, it was also a very… Continue reading Life with Vision Loss: Childhood Version

Don’t Feel Sorry for My Blindness

Hello Everyone, Welcome to The Invisible Vision Project's Blog. In today's blog, it is about other people's perspective on my Vision Loss acceptance journey, and also my response to a comment that they made. Now, I have learned so much about other people's opinion or perspective don't matter, especially when their opinion isn't a helpful… Continue reading Don’t Feel Sorry for My Blindness