Disability, My Life

Bearing Disability: The issues with Accessible Toilets — Little Sea Bear

Some Accessible Toilets have gone through welcome changes over the years. There is the introduction of the Radar Key which prevent those without the radar key from using accessible toilets. And there has been an increasing number of Changing Places popping up in some venues too. These are positive and welcomed changes. But—yes, there’s a […]Bearing… Continue reading Bearing Disability: The issues with Accessible Toilets — Little Sea Bear

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NaNoWriMo 2020 – Writing in Chaos

Earlier this month, I participated in NaNoWriMo 2020 with a goal of writing 50,000 words of my young adult book Realms of Magic, Book 2. As mentioned in Participating in NaNoWriMo 2020, I wanted to achieve 50,000 words by the end of November 2020. My goals were to strengthen the content, character developing and storyline… Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2020 – Writing in Chaos

Entertainment, Film, Reviews

All My Life (2020) – Guest Film Review

★★★★ All My Life is a new romantic film, featuring a true story of Solomon 'Sol' Chau (Harry Shum Jr.) and his soulmate Jennifer Carter. (Jessica Rothe) It is directed by Mark Meyers. The film is acted wonderfully and shows how relationships can be incredibly imperfect and complicated, especially when health and work issues arise.… Continue reading All My Life (2020) – Guest Film Review

Entertainment, Film, Reviews

Tenet (2020) – Guest Film Review

★ Initially, I was very excited to see a new release from the director of the Dark Knight trilogy, Christopher Nolan. Nolan’s films are wonderfully crafted, with insights on harrowing social and political struggles. Furthermore, Nolan enjoys directing films with complex storylines and character developments, such as Inception. Being a bold and adventurous director can… Continue reading Tenet (2020) – Guest Film Review

Entertainment, Film, Reviews

Disney’s Kim Possible (2019) Film Review

★★★ Our favourite crime-fighting teen hero is back in her first live-action film. Starting freshman year at Middleton, Kim Possible (Sadie Stanley) and her best friend Ron Stoppable (Sean Giambrone). While vanquishing crime comes easy to the team, settling into navigating the social hierarchy of high school is more challenging. The two soon befriend Athena… Continue reading Disney’s Kim Possible (2019) Film Review

Changing Places Reviews

Changing Places Stonehenge Visitor Centre

While visiting Stonehenge and the exhibition surrounding it I saw a changing places facility was available alongside the other toilet facilities. The toilet is in a side passageway way that is cast in shadow but it is still clearly indicated by the appropriate sign and symbol The toilet was next to a regular disabled toilet and… Continue reading Changing Places Stonehenge Visitor Centre

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Participating in Nanowrimo 2020

Last year, I participated in NanoWrimo with a project I have spent years working on. For those of you who do not know, NanoWrimo stands for National November Writing Month. The target is to write 50,000 words from 1st November until the 30th November.  This year, I have decided to participate again. Recently, I decided… Continue reading Participating in Nanowrimo 2020

Entertainment, Film, Reviews

Disney Pixar Toy Story 4 (2019) Film Review

★★★ Sheriff Woody (voiced by Tom Hanks), Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen) and the rest gang return for a new (and perhaps final) adventure following on from where left them in Toy Story 3; in the care of Bonnie. When Bonnie comes home from her first day of kindergarten the toys are introduced to Forky (voiced… Continue reading Disney Pixar Toy Story 4 (2019) Film Review