Wild Child

In moments of restlessness while I lie still in my bed floating in and out of consciousness, I dream of art. I think of places that I’ve yet to visit and the magic… Continue reading

Dating tips from the animal kingdom

Originally posted on The Raptor Lab:
Got a hot date? If it’s with a human, you’ll probably have to rely on the classic wooing strategies: flowers, chocolates, dinner and dancing, smelling good, etc. But…

Taking on the Scottish Highlands: The West Highland Way

Our days in Edinburgh and Glasgow were golden. The luxurious affordances of taking leisure walks in the city, taking a great night out to party, and going to the cinema while downing litres of… Continue reading

A wee bit of Edinburgh & Glasgow

The perks that come with this study programme overwhelms me to this day. For one, I have always just dreamed of setting foot in Europe… I knew I had to work my ass… Continue reading

When it rains, it pours

A year ago, a Google search about the trends in autism and employment led me to an article that changed my life. (Disclaimer: I should first say that while using big words like… Continue reading

Paris is a woman

“Cities have sexes: London is a man, Paris a woman, and New York a well-adjusted transsexual.” – Angela Carter I started this blog to document those shenanigans and relatively eventful days but totally… Continue reading

Sleepless in Wales

January and February came awash with attempts to act like a responsible adult — like getting up when I don’t feel like it, passing up online movie nights for schoolwork, and pep talking… Continue reading

drama is imperative on the first day of the year

I fell through the cracks for the past couple of months, fumbling my way through loads of readings, 2000 something essay words, and a budding, gentle kind of love. But the first day… Continue reading

Dilemma

As a clinician looking through the lens of policy and history in the discourse of disability, social inclusion and justice, I realized how it is never straightforward. The notion of an inclusive education… Continue reading

Alice in Narnia: The Desolation of Smaug in Oxfordshire

Making travel itineraries brings me peace. While there is no greater adventure than wandering about on a beautiful city because you had nothing planned, it would be wise for people with nothing much… Continue reading

  • about.me

    Icy Anabo

    Icy Anabo

    i have a career in lifelong studentship.

    I am twenty something and three quarters taking on the biggest adventure of my life as an Erasmus Mundus scholar of the program European Masters in Lifelong Learning: Policy and Management. My career goal is to advocate for the social integration of the special needs population through education, work, and leisure through engagement in meaningful discourse and research as well as management of sustainable programs.

    On certain days, I travel, blog, and sing in the shower.

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