Listen with the Lights Off

Cinnamon sticks dissolve into apple cider. Fallen leaves crunch underfoot. Bright orange pumpkins appear on porches. October arrived. With it comes an annual event close to my retinas: Blindness Awareness Month. In celebration, I created a podcast playlist on Medium for the Bello Collective, “Listen with the Lights Off: 19 Podcasts about Blindness.” Settle in…

Quick Q&A | Joy and Jenelle from DoubleVisionBlog

This is the final post of the Quick Q&A series. I hope you enjoyed all of the other interviews. This one I saved for last because it features both sisters, Joy and Jenelle, who write DoubleVisionBlog. Don’t miss the extra item after the interview… Q: Name/Region. Jenelle Landgraf, Washington State. Joy.   Q: Describe your visual…

Quick Q&A | Stephanae of Bold Blind Beauty

Another interesting Quick Q&A awaits. Don’t miss a post–subscribe on the right sidebar.  Today you’ll meet Stephanae, the writer of the blog Bold Blind Beauty. Enjoy. Q: Name/Region. ​A: Stephanae (Steph) McCoy​   Q: Describe your visual impairment in one sentence. A: ​Macular holes in both eyes which destroyed my central vision led to subsequent…

White Cane Day 2015

I’m republishing a favorite post of mine in honor of White Cane Day. It’s Blindness Awareness Month and we’re living it up it around here. Over the last decade, I lost part of my sense of sight, but not, I assure you, my sense of humor. If J. Crew Sold My Cane   CLASSIC WHITE CANE…

Quick Q&A | Bridget from A New Look Through Old Eyes

The Quick Q&A series continues, offering up more interesting takes on blindness. Don’t miss a post–subscribe on the right sidebar. Today you’ll hear from Bridget, the writer of the blog A New Look Through Old Eyes. Q: Name/Region A: Bridget, Birmingham, UK   Q: Describe your visual impairment in one sentence. A: Age related Wet…