Top 5 UK Disability Bloggers 

Shona Louise 

Blog - http://www.shonalouise.com/

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/shonalouiseblog/

Shona started her blog back in 2011 and writes about her experience with Marfan Syndrome as well as other conditions, including chronic pain. Having started blogging at an early age, Shona has grown up in the blogging community and has recently spoken about the effectiveness of single-use plastic for those with disabilities. She raises awareness in ways that able-bodied people may not have seen before, making her blog unique and helpful for those in all walks of life. 

Simply Emma 

Blog – https://www.simplyemma.co.uk/

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/simplyemmablog/

Emma’s blog is focused on accessibility and travel from the perspective of a wheelchair user. Emma reviews accommodation, venues, and offers a unique point of view on travelling with a disability. Her blog is a space to encourage people with disability to travel, and her unique perspective and personality make her blog a joy to read. Emma has a muscle wasting condition called Limb Girdle Muscular Dystrophy, which means that she is wheelchair bound, but this doesn’t stop her expressing herself and living her life to the fullest. 

When Tania Talks 

Blog – http://www.whentaniatalks.com/

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/whentaniatalks/

Tania is a disability blogger with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Meares-Irlen Syndrome and Dyslexia, who embraces who she is and shares it with the world. She talks about beauty, style, and so much more. As a soon to be mother, Tania is also sharing her journey into motherhood with us. With a great writing style and loveable personality, Tania has a blog that everyone should read. 

Fashioneyesta

Blog – https://fashioneyesta.com

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/fashioneyesta2012/

Emily Davison founded Fashioneyesta back in 2012 and aims to raise awareness about sight loss. She has set out to make fashion inclusive for everyone, especially those with sight loss and disabilities. Emily suffers from Septo Optic Dysplasia, which affects her vision. You can follow her amazing journey into fashion blogging, along with her gorgeous guide dog Unity, over on her blog and social channels. You can also find written articles by Emily in the likes of The Guardian, Huffington Post and other online newspapers and magazines. 

Carrie – Ann Lightley

Blog - https://www.carrieannlightley.com/

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/carrieannlightleyblog

Carrie-Ann lives in the Lake District with her husband and loves to travel. Carrie uses a wheelchair due to her Cerebral Palsy and loves to write about her travels on her blog. If you’re looking for accessible areas to visit in the UK, Carrie-Ann is the blogger to watch out for. Her writing is funny and informative, which makes her blog the perfect morning or weekend read. 

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