Festivals and Gigs, Musings, Restaurants and Cafes, Shopping

11 Perks Of Being A Wheelchair User

I feel I’ve been ranting to you a lot lately. There’s been a fair few negatives in life with accessibility to the cinema and Latitude Festival being a bit of a downer. It’s not all doom and gloom though. So I thought this week I would share with you some of the upsides to having… Continue reading 11 Perks Of Being A Wheelchair User

Twenty Questions

Twenty Questions With – Holly

I would like to introduce you to a blogger that I only just discovered myself. Holly is a visually impaired lady in her twenties that blogs about getting on with her life. Over at Life Of A Blind Girl (Holly’s blog) you’ll find beauty posts, lifestyle hacks, travel tales and concert trips. I am so… Continue reading Twenty Questions With – Holly

Festivals and Gigs, Suffolk

Bums and Bubble Tea – Latitude Festival

You’ll know by now I love a festival, and Latitude Festival is by far my favourite. It’s magical, eclectic, arty and fairly civilised. I attended again this year for the 7th year in a row. I’ve raved about (in written form, I am not much of a raver in the other sense) Latitude Festival before… Continue reading Bums and Bubble Tea – Latitude Festival

Norfolk, Restaurants and Cafes, tea

An Afternoon Tea Of Wizardry – The Assembly House Norwich

The Assembly House in Norwich is one of my favourite places to go for afternoon tea. In fact it’s probably one of my favourite places to go for a brew or lunch or cake. It’s a grand Georgian building in the middle of a busy city. It feels like another world. It’s beautiful gardens, elegant… Continue reading An Afternoon Tea Of Wizardry – The Assembly House Norwich

Musings, Norfolk

Summer Holidays and Cinema Let Downs

Schools out (17 years ago for me), it’s the summer holidays. You’ve probably noticed the rise in little people running around. During the summer holidays I like to spend some time with my nieces, also we are a source of childcare. Just because school stops it doesn’t mean other jobs do too. As I’ve said… Continue reading Summer Holidays and Cinema Let Downs

Twenty Questions

Twenty Questions With – Sarah

Well summer is here and don’t we know it! It’s a little grey today but we’ve been having one hot summer in the UK. It’s the last day of July (I know, I’m shocked too), which means it’s Twenty Questions time. This months interviewee is Sarah of SarahJennaJayne. Sarah refers to herself as ‘A mentalist… Continue reading Twenty Questions With – Sarah

Suffolk

Parrots, Football and Time Travel – Pleasurewood Hills

It was the Saturday when England played football. The game of the World Cup where England were doing better than they had done in... I don’t know how long... because I didn’t really care. They were doing well though and everyone was having barbecues or going to the pub. It’s been hot you see, we… Continue reading Parrots, Football and Time Travel – Pleasurewood Hills

Holidays

Disneyland Paris In A Wheelchair (part three) – The Magic

This is the third and final part of my Disneyland In A Wheelchair mini series. Catch up on the other parts below if you haven’t already... Disneyland Paris In A Wheelchair (part one) - The Take Off Disneyland Paris In A Wheelchair (part two) - I’m here I left off last time by showing you… Continue reading Disneyland Paris In A Wheelchair (part three) – The Magic

Twenty Questions

Twenty Questions With – Kirsty

Taking a short break from my Disneyland Paris In A Wheelchair mini series I would like to introduce you to Kirsty for this months Twenty Questions. A fellow blogger with a disability, only one quite different to my own. Following Kirsty and her blog Unseen Beauty has made me consider access in a new way.… Continue reading Twenty Questions With – Kirsty