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
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?
As mentioned last month, I’ve got plans for the future. It seems people like what I’m interested in starting too. Every family member and friend has told me that it sounds like a good idea. There is info that I’ll be revealing to many people in the future. But the people who read this blog […]Read More New Project; Main Aims
I guess it feels like I’ve been talking about myself too much on here recently. It’s been an eventful month. I’ve been on my trips, and I’ve had my falls. I’ve been an overthinker in the past, but I’ve stopped thinking about ideas and have started taking action. I’ve got projects underway now and feel […]Read More Personal Review: June 2018
I have returned – before Tuesday – and I thank you for waiting. Right now, I’m busy, but I can certainly squeeze in a bit of time for my readers. I appreciate you all so much. As mentioned on Tuesday, I had a seizure in London at the Palace Theatre. It cut me short of […]Read More A Few Recent Seizures Can’t Stop Me Now
Like epilepsy, multiple sclerosis (or MS) is another complicated invisible disability and neurological condition. It often begins after the immune system mistakenly attacks the brain. However, sometimes it can attack the brain and the spinal cord, or perhaps just the spinal cord alone. When this happens, it can lead people in towards a wide range […]Read More Less Common but Complicated: Multiple Sclerosis
When deciding what to write in this first paragraph, I felt quite eager to tell you all that I’ve spent the last hour and a half setting up a new Facebook event I hope a fair few of my friends will attend in ten days. Can you guess what it is? If you know me […]Read More The Future: Why Honesty is my Policy
Happy new year to you all! It’s 2018. As we enter a new period, I’m very much raring to make this year one where I make a much bigger impact on society. It might sound like a big task to take on, but from a professional point of view, I’m planning it out with a […]Read More Invisible Disabilities: Why I Want More