VI English Pancake Recipe

Today I'm sharing how I, a legally blind mum makes pancakes for my family using the 'One Cup Pancakes' mehtod. Happy Pancake Day! In non-Covid days (remember those?!) children would be running down the street clutching a frying pan, as they flipped their way towards victory in the annual pancake race… Actually, I don’t know... Continue Reading →

New Year, New Adventures

Firstly I’d like to wish you all very happy new year. May 2020 bring you happiness good health and plenty of adventures. A Blinding Light begins the new decade  Stateside. Towards the end of 2019, my husband and I bundled up our two little toddlers, and took a jaunt across the Atlantic, moving our little... Continue Reading →

Calling Uber Drivers

I should let you know that things have changed a bit since my last post on A Blinding Light. I have neglected my little blog a bit lately. You see, I’ve been busy coordinating a move. Yes, we’re on an adventure again, this time, it’s New York! It seems there’s quite a bit involved when... Continue Reading →

Yoghurt cake recipe – no scales required!

This super simple recipe is not only good for visually impaired mums who don’t want to do battle with the talking scales, it's also great for older kids to make on their own and one to make on holiday when you don't have all your baking equipment with you

How do blind people use cash machines?

Managing our finances is a personal and important part of life that everyone should have to right to do independently. Blind and visually impaired people are no different and we use ATMs like everyone else, but have you ever wondered how? Talking cash machines, how do they work? Some cash machines have a jack for... Continue Reading →

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