Welcome to Dyslexia Tips

Hi and welcome to Suzy’s Dyslexia Tips! Omg, imagine being Dyslexic! Oh good, grief! “that must be hard?”. Oh, in fact, you have an education, you cannot be Dyslexic! People say to me you don’t look Dyslexic! Eeeehhh what are you expecting? Oh yeah! I have a big pointed hat with a big D on it!

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Dyslexia is a hidden disability and therefore it has helped make me the person I am. I love learning, “but I am not very good at remembering where about in a book important things were”. I have tracking issues and problems with spatial ability but, It does not make me bad, It does not make me stupid, It makes me a bit different “Nuts”. Many people call me trouble due to my unique way of thinking. People try to label you! Tuck you away into their pigeon hole world. May I emphasise “I do not have a problem with dyslexia”. I can learn and be whatever I want to be. Pity the majority of the world still looks on my disability as stupid. It does not affect intelligence, far from it. The perception of dyslexia is you are below average intelligence. Yet, it’s scientifically proven to not be the case.

Dyslexia isn’t related to a person’s general level of intelligence. Children and adults of all intellectual abilities can be affected by dyslexia.


I only wish to take people on a journey and talk about the problems I have had and how I have overcome them! There is no magic cure, but people can put different things in place to help.

A journey into the creative world which is my dyslexia. Everyone has a different superpower in the neurodiverse world. My dreams where I have made mistakes and new accomplishments. A blog to inspire and promote the positives of dyslexia.

Suzy Taylor National and Regional Volunteer for Forth Valley Dyslexia Scotland

"If this only helps one person it will have all been worth it"