The Invisible Vision Project is now Self-Hosted!

Hello Everyone, Welcome to The Invisible Vision Project's Blog. Today, I have one of by far the most exciting news to share with you all! And that is... *drum rolls please* YES! It's already written as the title of the blog! So, I am once again very excited to make this an official announcement: The… Continue reading The Invisible Vision Project is now Self-Hosted!

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

Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Award

Hello Everyone, Welcome to The Invisible Vision Project's Blog. This blog post is entirely unplanned, but it is absolutely a necessary one to make. So, about two weeks ago, at the beginning of the month, I received a very special and surprising email from Queen's University, the Division of Student Affairs. The email was to notify me… Continue reading Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Award

Persons with Disabilities Continue to Face Challenges with Work

[This Blog Post is a part of a Creative Project Assignment for an Academic Course] Hello Everyone, Welcome to The Invisible Vision Project’s Blog. Recently, in my last blog post from a few days ago, I wrote all about my experiences with work, as a person living with a seemingly invisible disability. You could read… Continue reading Persons with Disabilities Continue to Face Challenges with Work

Working as an Invisibly Disabled Person

[This Blog Post is a part of a Creative Project Assignment for an Academic Course] Hello Everyone, Welcome to The Invisible Vision Project’s Blog. In today’s blog, let’s have a conversation about work. Since, this is a topic I have not talked with all of you about. Work, is often considered an important part of… Continue reading Working as an Invisibly Disabled Person