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An Image Of Positivity Changes Perceptions In A Big Way

Logan & The Silhouetted Man It all began when talking with my 13-year-old son, Logan about this really amazing website and blog of “Bold Blind Beauty,” and the icon that comes along with it all; her name is Abigale. She is a beautiful combination of “Ability” and ordinary brown bird, the “Nightingale.” Abigale is depicted as … Continue reading "An Image Of Positivity Changes Perceptions In A Big Way"

Guest Post: Ashley Morgan

Confidence Is Beautiful, Confidence Is Ashley! Hi, my name is Ashley Morgan. I am a daughter, sister, aunt, and teacher and I am also blind. I was born 3 months premature and only weighed 2 pounds, 1 ounce. The doctors gave me too much oxygen, and it damaged my retinas, causing me to be diagnosed … Continue reading "Guest Post: Ashley Morgan"

Bridging The Gap Through Action

“Tell the negativity committee that meets inside your head to sit down and shut up.” A friend of mine shared the much-needed above quote with me yesterday in response to my FB post about how much anxiety I was experiencing as I worked on integrating the new e-commerce component into Bold Blind Beauty. Even though I … Continue reading "Bridging The Gap Through Action"

A Quick Update

Good News: The Internet is working. Bad News: I’m not done yet. If it breaks, my dog Mollie did it. Don’t let her cuteness fool you, she’s a wily one.😂 Description: Older photo of Mollie, a small terrier/chihuahua mix. She has blond curly hair that is totally out of control at the moment. It’s going … Continue reading "A Quick Update"

How To Remain Fashionable After Total Sight Loss

Blind And Wanting Fashion On My Terms Question: I am a vision rehab therapist working with an individual who has recently lost all of her sight… …She has always been very clothes and style conscious and would like to be able to stay that way. She is not a computer user and does not plan … Continue reading "How To Remain Fashionable After Total Sight Loss"

Business & Blogging & Stores, Oh My

I am probably in the midst of a meltdown but I want to assure you it’s a good thing! If you recall I mentioned a while back that Bold Blind Beauty would be undergoing some changes and as I write this I’m knee-deep techy heaven. I’m not going to bore you will all the details … Continue reading "Business & Blogging & Stores, Oh My"

Guest Post: Lisa Salinger

Creative Thinking … It Tastes Just Like Chicken Originally Published June 05, 2016 on BlindAlive by Lisa Salinger Have you noticed how many things are said to taste “just like chicken?” From frog legs to tofu turkey, to alligator meat, the refrain is the same: “It tastes just like chicken.” I doubt that anyone is … Continue reading "Guest Post: Lisa Salinger"

Eye Makeup Tip For Blind & VI Women

Practice Makes Perfect Among other things, some of my duties involve curating and imparting a little wisdom that will benefit my blind and visually impaired followers. In the makeup realm, I come across a number of questions specifically around eye makeup application. The answer to the following question was so genius I had to share … Continue reading "Eye Makeup Tip For Blind & VI Women"

Advice For Purpose Seekers

“My mission is to improve humanity by changing the way we perceive one another.” Many of us live our lives in search of our purpose. I know this because I was one of these people always thinking that surviving a crisis or overcoming an obstacle would lead me to my mission. What I wasn’t prepared for … Continue reading "Advice For Purpose Seekers"

Woman On The Move: Maria Johnson

I Got This! Each person’s walk through the loss of eyesight is different. Today’s Woman On The Move, Maria Johnson, of Girl Gone Blind, is a powerhouse who you get to personally meet by way of her podcast interview with Thomas Reid of Reid My Mind Radio. I recently spoke with Maria by phone and was immediately … Continue reading "Woman On The Move: Maria Johnson"