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Could this be your Second Favourite Disability Blog?: Simply Emma

The internet is filled with blogs about disability, but it can be hard to know where to find them – that’s where our on-going feature comes in. We’ve been highlighting other disability focused blogs from around the internet, and who knows, one of them could end up being your second favourite disability blog, after ours of course!

Simply Emma is a blog about disability, lifestyle and travel, written by Emma, “a Scottish girl living in a small Scottish town with her partner and their wee cat, Milo…” who has a passion for travel.

Emma has a muscle-wasting condition called Limb Girdle Muscular Dystrophy (LGMD), and she explains that Simply Emma was created “as a way of sharing my experiences living with a physical disability as well as the other aspects of my life – focussing on accessible travel from a wheelchair user’s perspective.”

Expect to find disabled travel tips, reviews on accessible and sometimes not so accessible attractions, music venues, holiday destinations, and much more. Emma wants to share her travel experiences in the hope that it might inspire other people living with a disability to start travelling around the world too.

Let us know what you think about Emma’s blog in the comments below, we’re certainly fans! Keep checking back with us to see which blogs we highlight next, and why not let us know about your favourite disability related blogs?



  • Andrew Crooks:

    17 Mar 2017 13:47:39

    Great to see a young Scottish person leading the fight on creating awareness about the access needs of disabled people in the UK and abroad – goin yersel lassie :)

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