• Life

    Life Isn’t All About “Likes”

    While this is not new to people living in Australia, Instagram has recently removed the ability to see how many people have liked posts in the USA, so the debate has started up all over again. With this move bringing up other topics such as mental health, I feel like…

  • Fashion,  Life,  Outfits

    The “Made by Mum” Fashion Label

    Finding clothes that fit, due to my scoliosis, unusual body shape and because I’m sitting down all the time, is sometimes quite hard, so I’m very lucky that my mum can sew. So, when it comes to many race day dresses, they’re from the label “Made by Mum”. From 24…

  • Life

    The Consumerism Side of Life

    The new Apple iPhone 11 series was released a few weeks ago and people are jumping at the bit to buy it (haha including me). From a marketing point of view, Apple has done a fabulous job of getting their consumers to want their latest products. However, this raises the…

  • Life

    Why I Became a Make-A-Wish Volunteer

    Last month marked my one year anniversary of becoming a Make-A-Wish Foundation volunteer. It was actually by chance that I become a volunteer, but I’m happy I did neither the less. For those that don’t know, this story starts over ten years ago when my wish came true, haha back…

  • Life

    When The “What Ifs” Come Knocking

    Everyone has moments in their life when they don’t know if they can do something and I’m no different. This is especially true when facing a new, different or stressful situation. You start thinking what if this happens, what if I can’t do it, what if I don’t know how,…

  • Life

    Dying With Dignity and Decisions

    Death is a part of life, yet why are we so afraid to talk about it? For this reason, it’s perfect for this month’s edition of #theressomethingweneedtotalkabout. Now don’t get me wrong, death is certainly not something I think about every day, but you can’t deny that it is part…

  • Life

    How Many People Does It Take To Organise Wheelchair Floor Seats at Concerts?

    Going to a concert is an amazing experience for everyone but for wheelchair users, the process isn’t always as straight forward. One of the hardest things when it comes to attending concerts is purchasing tickets. Booking online often isn’t an option for people who need accessible seating. Instead, we have…

  • Life

    I’m Not Your Inspiration

    “You’re an inspiration” is a common saying many people with disabilities hear and let’s just say it’s not always a compliment. This post is probably not as light-hearted as some of my other posts, but it’s a topic that needs to be talked about in order to break down barriers,…

  • Life

    5 Date Ideas for Someone in a Wheelchair

    With The Bachelor Australia returning to our screens tonight, I thought I’d suggest 5 different date ideas for someone in a wheelchair! Now I must say, it’s ironic that I’m writing a post on date ideas when I’m single and never been on a date myself, but here I am.…

  • Life

    The Plastic Straw Debate: Turtle vs Disabled Person

    While the plastic ban has been around for a while now, when it was first announced it was quite the hot topic, so I thought I’d throw my two cents in here. When plastic bags and, therefore, straws were first banned, everyone was doing it to protect the animals, in…