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The AGM experience

August 10th, 2023

This was my first LightAware AGM weekend and I was so looking forward to it. I’ve been working for LightAware for almost a year and in that time I have learnt a lot about the struggles people endure and challenges they face in order to live their lives. But nothing quite compares to spending a […]

An inconvenient truth? (Or how to Gaslight the Light-Sensitive)

June 14th, 2023

A few weeks ago I went for a walk at the Hermitage of Braid, a nature reserve in a small steep glen near Morningside in Edinburgh. I was walking along the path when a young border terrier bounded up to me and started jumping up at me excitedly, leaving muddy paw prints on my light-blue […]


May 19th, 2023

Day & Night The night in Auckland, New Zealand awash with bright phosphorescent LED lighting.  Barely does the sun go down and the night becomes brighter than the day.  Indoors, outdoors flickering glare balls here, there and everywhere!  By Nina M, New Zealand Blogs are written by LightAware supporters in a personal capacity

Holding a string of lights

Light sensitivity is a feminist issue

March 8th, 2023

As today (the 8th of March) is International Women’s Day, I thought it appropriate to write a short piece about the impact of light sensitivity on women. Many more women than men contact LightAware about health problems caused by LED lighting. Because lights are now switched on most of the time both inside and outside […]

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