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Disability Travel

The Grand Hotel – Luxury Accessible Hotel In York

The Grand Hotel I’m back again with another disability travel post – this trip was done back during the March heatwave, which was an excellent time to explore York! The post today will cover the hotel we stayed in, with a bit of commentary on what we got up to, including some places you can […]

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General Security

QR Code Phishing – Risks to Watch Out For

QR Codes are Everywhere! Lately, everyone has been talking about QR codes and the potential risks they could pose when it comes to security. QR codes can be found everywhere, on your ceilings, inside your walls (it’s probably living there!) and probably on the insides of your shoes. Jokes aside, for those who don’t know, […]

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General

Why I Use WordPress?

I started up WordPress a few years ago in 2017 after deciding to take up blogging. Ever since then, I’ve tested, developed and managed my website from the ground up. Over the last couple of years, I’ve been able to easily manage my website thanks to the amazing service 20i provides – see my guide […]

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Disability Travel

Wollaton Hall Christmas Lights – Accessibility Review

Christmas Time at Wollaton Hall Wollaton Hall, Nottingham hosts an annual Christmas Lights event that allows visitors to see a spectacular display of Christmas-themed lights. I recently went there on a date to enjoy and see what this event had to offer – here is my experience of attending the event from both a visitor […]

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Disability

Report your Car Breakdowns Online with RAC!

My Car Won’t Start! Note: you need to be a RAC customer with a breakdown cover. Don’t you love it when you hop into the car in the morning just to find out it’s flat? While it isn’t ideal, having a breakdown cover can be handy for getting you back up on the road. I’ve […]

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General Updates

I’m Raising Money for Nottinghamshire Powerchair Football Club

Powerchair Football has been a sport I’ve been playing in my spare time for years. It has helped me learn unique skills and allowed me to make friends with many people. Since starting, I’ve experienced the sport grow and evolve into what it is today – from the storm to the strikeforce chair. We have […]

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General Updates

Blog Update – Second Blog

It’s Been a While… Oh, I didn’t realise that this blog was still a thing… Just kidding! Since I haven’t posted anything for a while, I felt it would be a good time to provide you all with a brief update on the blog. It has been a while so I’ve had some time to […]

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General Technology

OnePulse – Survey Community App

We have all used survey websites before to make a little extra money on the side. These often ask us a series of long questions that take around 10-20 minutes of our time. For many, this can seem like forever and too long, especially for many who may be busy all the time. Fortunately, there […]

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Disability

Remote Working – An Accessible Workplace

The New Working Normal If there is one thing from the pandemic I have found the most useful, it would be the ability for us to work from home more often. Traditionally, working from home was an occasional thing we did but ever since the pandemic, it has become the norm. We have seen a […]

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General Updates

Support Me via BuyMeACoffee

New Way to Support! Happy Thursday evening everyone – hope everyone is well! This is a short post just to let you know that I’m on Buy Me A Coffee via the link here. I aim to do this as a way to provide you with some extra content from memberships, sponsorship options and the […]

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