Veronica With Four Eyes

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Why My Guidance Counselors Are The Reasons I Excel In College

Why My Guidance Counselors Are The Reasons I Excel In College

I’ve talked a lot about the lessons I learned from various staff members at my schools, including my teacher of the visually impaired and my case manager- read the post about my TVI here and my case manager here. However, my guidance counselors were also […]

How Do People With Vision Impairments… Attend Cotillion?

How Do People With Vision Impairments… Attend Cotillion?

My experiences and tips for attending cotillion. Learn etiquette, manners, dancing, and more with a southern flair.

Migraine-Friendly Starbucks Drinks

Migraine-Friendly Starbucks Drinks

No ordering a grande ice water here, check out these ten Starbucks drinks that are coffee-free, tea leaf-free, caffeine-free, migraine-friendly, and delicious.

Visiting Holiday Lights With Photosensitivity

Visiting Holiday Lights With Photosensitivity

Visiting Christmas and holiday light displays with migraines, epilepsy, and similar photosensitive conditions.

How Do People With Low Vision…Participate In Science Fairs?

How Do People With Low Vision…Participate In Science Fairs?

How to participate in science fairs with low vision/vision impairment.

What To Say When Meeting Politicians

What To Say When Meeting Politicians

How to talk to politicians and elected officials at events.

Six Word Horror Stories for Students with Low Vision

Six Word Horror Stories for Students with Low Vision

Some of my most awful experiences as a student with low vision, summed up in six words or less.

Answering Stranger’s Questions- Glasses Edition

Answering Stranger’s Questions- Glasses Edition

How I answer common questions about my glasses from strangers or curious friends in a simple and positive way

How To Nail A College Interview

How To Nail A College Interview

My tips for being successful in college admission interviews

Ten Lessons My TVI Taught Me

Ten Lessons My TVI Taught Me

What I learned from my high school teacher of the visually impaired (TVI) as a low vision student