Blogging Against Disablism Day 2015: Is It Time To Retrain… As A Fish?

This post is part of Blogging Against Disablism Day 2015 (#BADD2015) [External Link]. If you liked this or want to see more posts on this subject, please follow the link!

Previous year’s posts can be found here:

This year’s post has more in common with … Continue reading

Blogging Against Disablism Day 2014: Teaching Someone Else to Live With An Invisible Disability

This post is part of Blogging Against Disablism Day 2014 (#BADD2014) [External Link]. If you liked this or want to see more posts on this subject, please follow the link!

Last year’s post can be found here: Living With Invisible Disability

Basically, I want to talk about how… interesting it has been having to learn to live with someone else and vice versa. … Continue reading

Success and Mediocrity

Something I’ve wanted to put together for a while is a post praising the success to be found in mediocrity. More precisely, after having spent a while listening to my inner voices and a few real people do the “what the hell is going on? this isn’t where I intended to be?” conversation, I think it’s time to point out that there’s nothing fundamentally wrong with being where-ever you are in your life. There are … Continue reading

Journeymouse’s Grand Unified Theory of Life – Draft 0

You may remember, back in the Women Roles In Fantasy post, that I mentioned a Journeymouse’s Grand Unified Theory. Well, here is a first draft. Prepare to laugh and / or throw rotten fruit.

There may be more to come at some stage in that I need to go away and have a think about how I can use this to make my fictional worlds better. (Which I have … Continue reading

Blogging Against Disablism Day 2013: Living with Invisible Disability

This post is part of Blogging Against Disablism Day 2013 (#BADD2013) [External Link]. If you liked this or want to see more posts on this subject, please follow the link!

What’s An Invisible Disability?

Basically, any mental health issue, disorder or syndrome that is not obvious when you first clap eyes or ears on a person. This can range through depression, Attention Deficit Disorder and my own (probable) Asperger’s Syndrome. … Continue reading