The Disability Blogger Award

disability award

I have been nominated for the Disability Blogger Award by ‘A Different Kind of Vision’. This award was created by Georgina from Chronillicles. I am so grateful to A Different Kind of Vision for nominating me for this award.

According to the rules, as a nominee, I am to answer the questions asked by Amanda and then nominate 5 to 15 other disability bloggers and ask them to answer 5 to 15 questions.

Here are the questions that A Different Kind of Vision has asked me to answer:

  1. What inspired you to start your blog?

My curiosity for spreading a word about disability and advancements, sharing my experiences with everyone and to touch lives in my own way.

  1. What is your favourite piece of technology you own?

I have a few amazing gadgets and all are dear to me. But to name my favourite ones- Philip Go-Gear MP3 Player, Amazon Echo Dot and my Dell laptop.

  1. What is your favourite book?

You can win by Shiv Khera

  1. What do you enjoy doing for fun?

Exploring new applications, practicing martial arts and sometimes playing guitar.

  1. What advice do you have for someone that wants to start a blog?

Always try to pour out your feelings, emotions and thoughts unfiltered through your words. Only the unfiltered feelings make the best pieces.

Here are 6 Questions I want to Ask:

  1. Who is your biggest inspiration?
  2. The first thing you do every morning?
  3. Do you love coffee or tea?
  4. Have you ever owned a pet?
  5. What would you do if you get the power to be invisible for a day?
  6. Do you love adventure?

here are the nominees I have chosen.

  1. FAITHMUMMY from Invisible disabilities: The comorbids

https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/7340433

  1. Stephanae from Bold Blind Beauty

https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/13257777

  1. Abbiejohnsontaylor from My Corner

https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/5020785

  1. Enni Pettican from Chronically Jenni

https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/99105932

I am thankful for this recognition and hope to continue to spread awareness on the topic of vision impairment and disability as a whole.

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