Bloglovin’ – Another way to follow this blog!

There’s a little something new on my page. It’s that little button on the right-hand side that says “Follow me on Bloglovin’.” It’s an alternative way to follow this blog.

Although some of the most successful blogs I’ve encountered can be found on Bloglovin’, I’ve just learned about it. (Taurus people, especially those *of a certain age,* can be slow and methodical. That’s my story, anyhow!)

If you’re like me, and you’re a little resistant to change, you’ll be glad to know you don’t need to do anything. You’ll still be notified whenever I post something new about accessible travel.

But if you enjoy Instagram and Pinterest, you may enjoy following me via Bloglovin’. It’s a pretty way to see many blogs about travel.

Either way, I’m always grateful when you read my posts, look at my photos, and leave a comment. And I feel especially happy when this blog inspires you to travel, with or without physical challenges, because you believe that Anything Is Possible!

I hope you’ll share this blog with your traveling friends!

~Jeri

 

Expert Travel Advice, Part 1 – Flying

Candy Harrington has been writing about accessible travel for nearly two decades. Her books, newsletter (Emerging Horizons) and blog are excellent resources, offering information and encouragement to wheelchair-users, slow walkers, and those who travel with them.

(Click here for my review of one of her recent books, “22 Accessible Road Trips.”)

Last month Candy was the guest speaker for the National MS Society, Northern California Chapter MS Lecture Series in Sacramento. Her topic was “Have MS, Will (Still) Travel: Tips for Traveling with MS.”

The meeting was well-attended, affirming that a diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis does not diminish the desire to travel. Candy spent over an hour sharing very helpful accessible travel tips, and I took many notes. Continue reading