Greetings Readers, Welcome back to the blog! The topic for today’s blog is one I’ve been planing to write, but didn’t know what or rather, when is the right time to write about this. But then I thought, you know what, why not right now, because there’s no better time to talk about it now.… Read More Living Life with Caution
Greetings Readers, Welcome back to the blog! It’s been exactly a year since I graduated from university. My journey from the start to the end of being a university student, and a student with disability, was overall a positive one. But, this is not to say, there weren’t challenges. At times during this journey, I… Read More It’s been a Year!
Greetings readers, Welcome back to the blog! It’s probably a good idea to have a routine. It keeps our lives organized, and it can even make us feel accomplished sometimes. But, I recognize, it’s not always easy to have and stick to a routine. I always had some kind of routine, just because, I consider… Read More My Morning & Night Routines
Hello Everyone, Welcome to The Invisible Vision Project’s Blog. Hope everyone’s doing well, wherever you are in the world. These are definitely trying times we are facing right now. All I can hope for is again, I hope you are all doing well, at least, as well as you can be. To be honest, sometimes,… Read More Keeping Busy While Staying at Home
Hello Everyone, Welcome to The Invisible Vision Project’s blog. A few years ago when I first started blogging, I primarily focused on sharing my journey of living with vision loss. In one of the very first blogs I’ve ever written, I wrote a piece on low vision aids and adaptive technology I use as a… Read More My Chronic Illness Essentials
Hello Everyone, Welcome to The Invisible Vision Project’s blog. On March 20, 2016, (I know this blog is 3 days late…), The Invisible Vision Project came to life. At that point, it was just about 6 months after I became a white cane user. Due to the progression of my vision loss, I needed a… Read More The Coming About of The Invisible Vision Project