When you’re going to a concert in a wheelchair, there’s a lot more to think about than there is for the average person. I love going to shows and don’t think that your chair should stop you from such a fun experience, so here are 5 things to think about when planning your night!
[IMG Description: me smiling in line. I’m wearing my pink ‘The Future is Accessible’ shirt, jeans, and a white purse with pastel flowers]

Welcome to my little corner of the internet! Surprise surprise, my name is Karly. I call Florida home, I’m 26 years old, and I live my life from the comfort of my wheelchair. My doctors diagnosed me with Muscular Dystrophy when I was a baby, but I think I wear it pretty well.

I started this blog as an unemployed college graduate because I decided that I needed a project other than job hunting. I’ve since gotten a job, but I’m still here! When I’m not writing, you can usually find me trying to get my cat to love me, playing at Disney World, or rewatching Breaking Bad and Friends for the 50th time. I have a deep love for stationery, cheap makeup, and Aaron Paul. If there’s anything else you’d like to know, just ask!

You can expect to see posts about things such as accessibility, representation, body positivity, mental health, and personal stories. While disability is a huge part of my life, it’s not my whole life! I like to write about other fun things like crafting/diy’s, planning and journaling, makeup and clothes, etc. I want to make content that anyone can enjoy – abled or disabled, which shouldn’t be too hard because we’re all pretty much the same.