Hello Everyone, Welcome to The Invisible Vision Project's Blog. It is very exciting to announce that The Invisible Vision Project is starting a new Series, it is, the Guest Blog Posts/Interviews series. With the launch of this series, it opens doors for blogger interaction. It gives opportunity for bloggers to learn from and with one another. If you are… Continue reading Guest Blogger Interviews #1
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
Hello Everyone, Welcome to The Invisible Vision Project's Blog. Fear is a natural part of life; it's only human to have them. No one is completely fearless, it doesn't matter how old they are. We will have fear at every stage of our lives. Even though, fear may never leave us, but maybe, the good… Continue reading Having Fear is a Part of Living Life
Hello Everyone, Welcome to The Invisible Vision Project's Blog. Today is a special day; today, I celebrate my First Year of Blogging! Exactly one year ago today, I published my very first blog post, its titled: My Story, My Vision. It is a brief story about me and my journey with Vision Loss. I started off with… Continue reading First Year of Blogging
Hello Everyone, Welcome to The Invisible Vision Project’s Blog. In today’s blog, judging by it’s title, I think you’ve already know what this blog is going to be about. That's right! The Invisible Vision Project celebrates its first Birthday today!! (Yay!!) Exactly one year ago today, I started the launch of this disability-based advocacy/ blogging… Continue reading Happy Birthday-The Invisible Vision Project!
Hello Everyone, Welcome to The Invisible Vison Project's Blog. This blog may be one of the first 'out of the usual' blog. But, as an advocate in the disabled community. I feel the need to address this issue here. I must admit that I was upset when I first read the news, and I became more furious… Continue reading A serious matter on people living with Disabilities