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It’s Monday afternoon and I’m sitting at Carlisle train station with a Salted Caramel Latte and writing this blog waiting for my train.I’m off to Edinburgh today for the RI World Congress on Disability. Over 1,000 experts in Disability come together from all across the world with the aim of [...]
Mon, Oct 24, 2016
Source: Amy – Seeing the ABILITY within the disABILITY
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It’s been a while! I’m back with another few words from my mind. Since 1996 I have been deeply involved in creating, maintaining and updated websites based on pop groups. Back in 1996 it was The Spice Girls (Nothing But Spice), then this moved onto Steps (Generation Steps) then onto [...]
Sun, Sep 04, 2016
Source: Matt – PopGoesThe90s
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Rosie recently sent me a blog to read on the Mind website from George, discussing life with his girlfriend and this got me thinking.  George mentions the sigma surrounding hidden illnesses, differences and disabilities – although improving, the BBC yesterday ran a story on exam stress and increased suicide in [...]
Sat, May 28, 2016
Source: Matt – PopGoesThe90s
So some of you may have noticed it’s been over 5 months since I last blogged. I haven’t forgotten – I’ve just fallen of the metaphorical grid since January. There’s a few reason’s for this. The main one being I have myself a new job! Well ish… I started in January. I now [...]
Sat, May 14, 2016
Source: Hannah – Dyspraxichick
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It’s been a while since I put my mind to a blog, but Rosie has been asking me to do one for a while, so here goes! As Rosie’s blog has hit a major milestone of 100,000 visitors, I think now is a good as time as ever to go back to [...]
Thu, Apr 28, 2016
Source: Matt – PopGoesThe90s
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So this is another blog I’ve been meaning to write for a little while all about  how to survive a music gig in a small, intimate venue as a dyspraxic. I love music and there’s nothing more exciting than going to see your favorite band live. The loud music, the lights, [...]
Sun, Dec 06, 2015
Source: Hannah – Dyspraxichick