How to Change

Occasionally it’s time for a reset. The new year arrives and some people make resolutions, some people create goals, and some people do nothing. I aim to improve the writing I share with you and strengthen the connections it fosters. Adventures in Low Vision rolled out here in 2013 and it’s been a great run….

Listing Towards Home

Receipts piled up on top of the icebox. Contractor business cards kept them company. Marketing literature on various services rounded out the collection, Things have been busy at our place in Mayberry. They always are when you decide to sell your house. Since my office closed, Stockton and I, in proper millennial fashion, downsized many…

What Happened to Holly Bartlett?

Word-of-mouth is a great way to receive recommendations. And it’s how I heard of the AMI podcast, What Happened to Holly Bartlett, narrated and written by Canadian journalist Maggie Rahr and produced by Ocean Entertainment. Recently, Toby Ball of the Crime Writers On… podcast mentioned it. I was interested when he said Holly Bartlett was…

5 Tips for Rideshare Users

As an adult living with vision loss, I don’t drive anymore. When my husband isn’t carting us around, I rely on public transit and rideshares to get where I need to go. I’m well aware of common safety concerns for women traveling solo, but that doesn’t mean I can’t be independent. After a few years…

Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader?

I launched Adventures in Low Vision six years ago. Thanks for being a part of it by reading and sharing along the way. Let’s celebrate with a little vocab pop quiz. I sourced the best answers from general google results plus light editing. Ok, open your test booklets. What is a service dog? A. The phrase…