Natasha Lipman Blog

But Make It Accessible: Wax Poetic Clothing

Natasha Lipman

  By Natasha Lipman.   Hello and welcome to my new blog series “But Make It Accessible”, where I speak to brands that are working to create beautiful and stylish clothes that are also accessible. Rediscovering my love for fashion since becoming a wheelchair user has brought a lot of joy into my life, but […]

Things I Wish I Knew Before I Bought My First Powerchair For Chronic Illness

Natasha Lipman

    By Natasha Lipman.   It took me a long time to come to terms with deciding to become a wheelchair user, but when I knew that I was ready it was like a switch flicked in my brain. For the first time in years, I had a ‘real job’, and even the few […]

Foldalite Travel Powerchair Review

Natasha Lipman

    But Natasha Lipman.   I can’t believe that it has almost been a year since I finally bought my first ever powerchair, the Rascal P321 (also called my ‘Mario Kart’ or ‘The Dizzy Rascal’ by my friends – cos I have PoTS and am always dizzy, gettit?) It truly was a long time coming, and […]

Review: Medsmart Meds & Pill Reminder App

Natasha Lipman

  By Natasha Lipman in her Chronic Illness Blog,   Goodness, hasn’t this year gone quickly? I feel as though every post I’ve written recently has in some way apologised for my lack consistent blogging. As I’m not one to break with tradition, here I am, apologising once again. Things have been extremely difficult over […]

What’s The Harm ? How I Turned To Wellness Out Of Desperation To Cure My Chronic Illness

Natasha Lipman

    By Natasha Lipman.   This week, I headed up to Leeds to speak at the British Dietetic Association’s Eat Fact Not Fiction event, where I had the pleasure of telling my story of falling for wellness, and why it’s so important that we don’t just dismiss people as stupid for falling for these trends. I’ve […]

Disabled Access Day: Access At Work For The Chronically Ill

Natasha Lipman

    By Natasha Lipman, Chronic Illness Blogger.   It’s Disabled Access Day weekend, woohoo! On that theme (although a slight tangent, as I am wont to do), I’d like to take a bit of time to share something that’s been on my mind over the last few weeks: how we think about and understand accessibility, specifically in terms of work. […]

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