Originally posted on Magpies and ladders: Emily Davison is a fan of writing, fashion, beauty, culture, history, disability awareness. She is an English Literature Student, Writer, Astronomer, columnist for the Huffington Post Uk , reporter on RNIB’s Insight Radio and the…
I find it interesting how we can meet people in this high-tech virtual world we live in and feel a kindred spirit that can’t be duplicated even in face-to-face interactions. For me Emily Davison is one of those people who, while there is a span of decades between us, we share common philosophies.
Emily, who spent her entire life in South East London, is currently studying for a degree in English Literature at Goldsmiths University, London. As a Journalist on the Huffington Post UK, Emily simultaneously works at the University as a paid Student Ambassador. In July 2012 she founded Fashioneyesta an online Fashion and Lifestyle resource for blind and partially sighted people.
Fashioneyesta.com serves to present visually impaired people with the tools, the skills and, the knowledge of fashion, beauty and, style to enable them to use their…
This Emily-em Original Bag is for my Beautiful Daughter Emily!
Her love of the sea and mystical mermaids has inspired me to design a unique bag for her to use. Being the self confessed shopaholic and fashion blogger, this is sure to please her. Please visit her Blog @ Fashioneyesta.com xx
Guest post from Emily Davison, a writer, fashion blogger, English Literature student and YouTuber. She also happens to be visually impaired and works with a guide dog.
Emily with Unity (photo from Guide Dogs)
Do you ever face those moments in your day where something cringe-worthy happens to you? Do you find yourself thinking how wonderful it would be if the ground would swallow you up?
In life I find that there have been many obstacles that I have had to face. But, one thing that never seems to vanish are the questions I get due to my disability. Some of them are the most awkward and frustrating moments I can recollect. Some make me want to recoil in sheer mortification.