I am a 19 year old student living in Brighton with a variety of disabilities including Tourettes Syndrome and Myalgic Encephalomyelitis. Life has not been easy and I have struggled with my mental and physical health for a few years. I am learning to adapt my life to the approach of ‘if you don’t laugh, you’ll probably cry.’ I enjoy the little things in life and love to travel. I spend much of my life asleep due to the nature of my conditions but when I am awake, you’ll find me in a swimming pool, looking at pretty sunsets or writing this blog. I aim to advocate for others whilst tackling social isolation.
I write about a variety of content including accessible travel, life with a chronic illness, university and awareness posts.
” Finding Access in an inaccessible world “LAUREN PERRY
**TIC OF THE MONTH**
JANUARY: “tiny little ladies” “small thing” “dwarfy” “cute mini mum” “4ft mum” you get the jist..
FEBRUARY: “lemons” Everything and anything lemon related! If someone makes me jump- I shout “OH LEMONS!” “You’re a little lemon,” “she looks like a lemon” etc..
MARCH: “Dwarfism isn’t a disease” “My mum is a dwarf though” “Oh small thing” We are back to tiny people tics.
APRIL: “Luscious” “Luxurious” Everything is either of these two.
MAY: “CAYONA WIRUZ” I’ve been back on the “small thing” and “dwarfy” tic “Cooorrrrronnnnaa” “Trumps a Racist” “Boris needs a hair cut” – very on topic.
JUNE: “Best Girls in a best world” “Best Girl” “Lemon” “What’s it like down there!”