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Book Reviews, Survival Tips and More—By A Disabled Student Who Writes.

Mainstream vs Specialists Education

Hi all, this is a guest post written by Emma who has her own blog, Rock for Disability. A blogger who is interested in anything music, creative arts or disability-related. Emma has kindly agreed to guest post on Little Sea Bear. Today, she will be discussing her experience in both Mainstream vs Specialists Education. Mainstream vs Specialists Education By Emma Growing up, I’ve experienced both mainstream and specialist schools and both had […]

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Disability| Downton Abbey (Spoilers)

The only time I write about a film or TV Show on this blog is when it has a character that has some form of disability. My first and only post until now was Chuck from Breaking Bad’s spin-off/ prequel series Better Call Saul.  This time, I want to talk about disability in Downton Abbey. Series Summary Downton Abbey is a historical period based Drama set between 1912 to after the first world […]

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Ballet Shoes | Berg’s Book Club

Welcome to another edition of Berg’s Book Club where you join Berg the Polar Bear and myself as I review my recent reads. This week, it is Ballet Shoes by Noel Streatfeild. Some of you may remember that I am attempting to participate in the Popsugar reading list of 2018. I admit it looks like I am not going to exceed in reading all 52 books in this prompt but one […]

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PIP Interigation

On Tuesday, I went to an assessment centre for PIP (Personal Independent Payment). Some of you who have been following me for quite awhile now will know I have Cerebral Palsy and Anxiety. Cerebral Palsy is a neurological condition that does NOT change but the symptoms can worsen as I age. It also increases my chances of developing other age-related disabilities such as arthritis, hearing loss, loss of vision and […]

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Good Kings Bad Kings by Susan Nusbaum (spoilers) | Berg’s Book Club

Welcome to Berg’s Bookclub. I’ve been meaning to write a book review for Good Kings, Bad Kings by Susan Nussbaum for the last month or two. One of the things I hate the most is giving up on a book and not seeing it to the end. However, if I’m honest, the only reason I finished this book was for an essay I was writing for my coursework about the representation […]

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Blame by Simon Mayo| Berg’s Book Club

Book Title: Blame Book Author: Simon Mayo Book Series: N/A Genre: Teen & YA, Dystopia, Sci-fi First Published: July 2016 Star Rating⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ One word to describe this book: WOW! It is a book set in the not so distant future, following the journey of Ant and her little brother, Matthew. I heard about this book after going to a joint talk with authors Phillip Reeve and Simon Mayo. Both authors had a lot of interesting things […]

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I’m Back

Sorry for the long wait, Third Year of uni and coursework took so much time. Which is what you all want to hear, I’m sure. It’s weird, I found the Second Year the hardest in terms of learning. There was so much theory and content to cover. There is in the Third Year too but I don’t know, maybe it’s the jump from the First Year to Second and knowing these […]

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Mothers Day and Feet

In the UK, it is mother’s day today. On Friday, I went around my university city with my mom. We went to cafes, the arcade, a bit of window shopping and stayed out until 9pm. I introduced mom to her first mocktail and we learned to never eat at Five Guys. Five Guys is a fast food place like KFC, McDonalds and Burger King, they style their restaurants to imitate America and make […]

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