The Colours Of The Rainbow Tag

A bright natural rainbow shining down on some bright green grass and some sandy coloured land, on a bright background.

I was listening to the BBC Ouch podcast the other day trying to come up with another post for the RNIB’s #HowISee campaign which seeks to raise awareness about how 93% of people who are registered blind or partially sighted can see something, when the presenters started to talk about…

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Confessions of a Blind Guy | How I Write A Post

Someone asked me the other day “hey, how do you write a blog post being visually impaired?” I thought it was a really interesting question, and after a little thought, I thought I would write a post telling you about the lengthy process I go through to write a post.…

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App of my Eye | Digit-Eyes

I know I haven’t done one of these posts in quite a while, but I have been busy testing out quite a few visually impaired apps for you, and today i’m focusing on an app called Digit-Eyes. Digit-Eyes is described as the best bar code scanner ever! You can scan…

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My Awkward Moments | #EndTheAwkward | Scope

Hi all my wonderful readers. I hope you’re all having a brilliant day. I was tagged by Emily, a.k.a FashionEyeStar, to share a few of my awkward moments as part of Scope’s #EndTheAwkward campaign. #EndTheAwkward is a campaign to get the fully sighted community to better communicate with the visually…

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Confessions of a Blind Guy | Switching Specs

Hi all my wonderful readers. I hope you’re all having a fantastic day. Sorry, I know I haven’t done a Confessions of a Blind guy post in quite a while, but I thought I would start this series back up by talking about my new glasses, and why I switched…

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Get Out Of My Way Or Get Hit With A Cane

Hi all my wonderful readers. I hope you’re all having a brilliant day I’m sorry I didn’t post all of last week, but I needed a little break after my London trip. While being in London, I really noticed, how rude people are. Now I am aware that, walking around…

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