- News is the category for any wheelie-related issues or stories that might come up in the media. Feel free to comment.
- Views is an acknowledgement that not everybody thinks the same way ... and thank God for that.
- And stuff to peruse. This is the "miscellaneous" section, a place to have a laugh, talk about somewhere you've stayed that was especially wheelie-friendly and deserves a plug, give a tip to someone asking for advice, anything really.
OK, so you've read Rolling with the Punches ... you have, haven't you? Now join in the discussion. You don't have to agree with me or anyone else in the various blogs, and by all means be irreverent but please keep it clean and avoid the personal abuse — there are plenty of journalist's and Climate Change blogs for that — because I don't want to activate "Teacher mode" in the blog settings and censor everything. The three broad categories are:
Ian Simpson has spent most of his 49 years living in a wheelchair, giving him a different perspective on life to most people. He has been a History teacher and Learning Designer for 25 years. He is a Paralympian and has represented Australia in table tennis and wheelchair rugby. He is likely to wince and/or roll his eyes if you call him brave. Rolling with the Punches is his first book.