Myself and friends children walking/driving.

Top 5 Tips on How to Help Children Understand Disabilities

Throughout my whole life I have always been around children. That might sound a little creepy, but no, what I mean is being around my friend’s children, family and with friends working in certain areas I see children a lot. I love it though because as they grow up, I see how understanding and accepting…

Myself at Glasgow's Christmas market in front of lights

Where Has The Year Gone?

Honestly, I have no idea. I can’t believe tomorrow is the last day of the year and it’s 2019 this week. I feel like I’ve just blinked and 2018 is over with. In all honesty though, I am stressing out a little. All those things I’ve said to myself that I need to get done…

Anti Bullying Week 2018

This week is Anti Bullying week which is a major issue that effects many people all over the world. It is a subject that is talked about a lot in schools and bullying may be targeted towards someone’s appearance, personality or beliefs, but whatever it is it’s wrong. If everyone was the same life would…

Me with my light box that says 2 year blogary

Second Year Blogiversary

Where does time go? One day I’m thinking of a blog title and then before I know it, that blog turns 2 years old. Yes, it’s my second year blogiversary for ‘A Journey In My Wheels’. This year to celebrate I went out for a cup of tea and cake with my neighbour and carer/friend,…

The Enchanted Forest – Of The Wild 2018

It’s that time of the year again, the leaves are turning orange, there’s a crisp cold in the air and the spectacular Enchanted Forest light show is on for its 17th year. The Enchanted Forest takes place in Faskally Wood, Pitlochary, and runs for 5 weeks. With 80,000 people visiting this year, it is a…

Outside of Clober Farm

My Stay At Clober Farm In Glasgow

Last week I attended the Independent Living Scotland exhibition at the SEC, Glasgow. I used to go with my parents when I was younger, but for the last couple of years I have been going to help Euan’s Guide on their stall to spread more awareness of the great work they do. There are many…

Outside of the V&A Dundee

First Visit to V&A Dundee

On Saturday 15th September the day finally arrived for the highly anticipated V&A Dundee to open its doors for the first 10,000 visitors to see some of Scotland’s top artefacts in design and culture. I felt honoured and privileged to get a sneak peek not only once but twice. My first visit was with some…

Sunshine at TRNSMT

TRNSMT feels like a lifetime ago, when in fact it was only 2 months ago. There has been so much going on recently and my creative juices just haven’t been flowing, so apologies for the delay in this post. After feeling unwell for what felt like forever I was so excited for TRNSMT’s music festival,…

Outside of Oh Hello with portable ramp.

Independent Businesses and Accessibility

Being a wheelchair user and being a shopaholic, it can be difficult when shops aren’t accessible. I tend to shop at the same places all the time and most of those shops are chain places, my favourite is New Look. Most independent shops are down roads that have older buildings and steps at the entrances…

Stage at Rita Ora concert

Slessor Gardens – Rita Ora Concert

Dundee is the city to watch just now, The Times are saying it is one of the best places to live in the UK 2018. In the last couple of years, we’ve seen many new developments and are awaiting the open in September of Scotland’s first V&A museum. One development that everyone has loved is…