I’m sorry this post is so late – I got a little stuck in the impossible head of a perfectionist. I’m in support of equality, and I wrote a new page accessible on my website about it all. But still, I’m really not the sort of man who’s going to be able bring world peace […]Read More Personal Review: November 2018
October was very linked to my career. Do I have a job yet? Not quite. One thing I had plenty of in October were interviews. People have taken a lot more interest in Joe Stevenson, and this is an important stepping stone in my life. I’m ambitious, and Disability Central hasn’t been cancelled. As you’ve […]Read More Personal Review: October 2018
Here’s an overview of how I’ve lived my life in September 2018. From a mental perspective, I’ve simply felt so much more eager to simply ‘take action’ this month. There’s plenty to get off my chest. It’s definitely been a month of times ending and new beginnings starting to take place! There’s so much to […]Read More Personal Review: September 2018
If you’ve been waiting for something interesting to read on my blog, then I’m sorry you’ve had to wait for so long. As mentioned on Twitter – I’ve been busy! But you have it now. Today I can give you the best personal review emerging from my memory. Watching the 2018 World Cup was important […]Read More Personal Review: August 2018
My blog isn’t coming to a close, but it’s time to tone it down – at least for a while, anyway. Weekly updates have taken up my time, and right now, there’s other work for me to complete. The truth is that this blog isn’t hugely popular. It has gained some attention though, and after […]Read More Time for a Change?
Here’s a vlog explaining what I’ll be looking to offer as writer of The Epileptic Man.Read More Vlog 1: Why I’m Here
After looking at what’s been written about offensive terms online, I know that some readers will agree with this post, and some people won’t. As handy as it as an adjective, I believe I was working with Epilepsy Action when it was explained why ‘epileptic’ shouldn’t be used as a noun. I understood what was […]Read More Badly Written? Why I’m an ‘Epileptic Man’, but not an ‘Epileptic’.