“A living neighborhood packed with art, culture, and innovation”
In just a few short years, the former warehouse district of Wynwood has become the arts hub of South Florida. It started with murals, street art, … Read the rest
Now that Cuba is Closing Again… A Look Back in Time, “Girls Trip!” Travel Story
When two of my girlfriends mentioned that they were going to Cuba during a visit to … Read the rest
When I was a young mother living in South Florida, I loved to go with my little girls to the Homestead Miami farmlands to pick fresh strawberries.
This was very reminiscent of … Read the rest
Esma is a self-described “Arab American from Brooklyn.” A passionate, determined, and beautiful woman and business owner from New … Read the rest
Ireland is not only beautiful but is a well-established favorite of many wheelchair travel bloggers. Many have called this one of their most loved countries!
Stringent accessibility guidelines for all public buildings were implemented by … Read the rest
Kristina was a guest last year on episode #15: At that time, she discussed her Dreams to Create a Fully Accessible Holistic Lifestyle Retreat in New Mexico.
She is also a wonderful freelance writer who … Read the rest
While planning a vacation is an incredibly exciting yet complicated undertaking, traveling on wheels is exponentially more challenging.
You must ensure that once you arrive, you’ll not only be able to … Read the rest
The ableist, ignorant, and dangerously discriminatory comments from the female OB-GYN on a popular daytime program shows just how far we all must go to educate the public about disability.
These hurtful and demeaning statements … Read the rest