It’s the first Monday of the month everyone, and as always, that means it’s time for another Shine The Spotlight, and as usual, i’ve got five amazing blogs for you to check out, but this month, all of the amazing blogs I have to share with you, all suffer from some kind of a disability, whether thats’ a physical, mental, or an invisible one.
Anyway, enough of my rambling, here’s five amazing blogs that you have to check out.
First up has to be, Legally Blind Bagged.
Legally Blind Bagged, is ran by Mandy, a thirty something self confessed blind geek from Orlando, Florida. Mandy’s blog is all about her life being blind, and what happens in her life from her work and home life, to having a long distance boyfriend who suffers from Cerebral Palsy. If you’re looking for a blog all about the general goings on of blind life, from a great lady, then Legally Blind Bagged is for you.
Next up has to be, Bestowing Fire.
Bestowing Fire, is ran by Thomas, an introvert and sufferer of depression from Ohio. Thomas’ blog is all about his life, and the struggles he faces with depression, and being an introvert. Thomas’ blog also features a lot of inspirational posts, including some beautifully written poetry. If you’re looking for a blog all about life with depression and being an introvert, then Bestowing Fire is for you.
Next up has to be, Scooter Tales.
Scooter Tales, is ran by Pete, a fourty-something sufferer of Pulmonary Atresia and Pulmonary Hypertension from Wigan. Petes blog is all about his life, and the adventures he gets up to on his trusty scooter, and the pictures he takes with his beloved camera. If you’re looking for a blog about living life with a cronic disability, then Scooter Tales is for you.
Next up has to be,Popping Wheelies.
Popping Wheelies, is ran by George, a peer connection volunteer, MS sufferer, and T10 Paraplegic from Florida. George’s blog is all about his life, and the things he gets up to. I really like all of George’s posts, as I find them incredibly interesting and insightful, but the one post I really liked was his, top ten things not to say to a wheelchair user, as I found it really interesting. If you’re looking for a blog about life being a wheelchair user, then Popping Wheelies is for you.
The last and final blog for this months very special Shine The Spotlight, has to be, Rainbows Are Too Beautiful.
Rainbows Are Too Beautiful, is ran by Ann, a teacher, writer, and mum to children with Autistic, ADHD, Hypermmobility, SPD, Dyspraxia, Anxiety, and sleep issues from the UK. Ann’s blog is all about her life, and how she lives with her children’s many difficulties. Ann also runs a disabilities linky, which is where bloggers can link and share all of there latest posts about their disabilities. I think that this is great, as you can find a wealth of other bloggers that also suffer from the same disabilities as you and connect with them. If you’re after a blog that covers many different disabilities, or want a place to find other bloggers that also have the same disability as you, then Rainbows Are Too Beautiful is for you.
That my wonderful readers, brings us to the end of another Shine The Spotlight.
What blogs have you been reading lately? Who do I have to check out? Please let me know down below.
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