Today marks World Braille Day. Invented by Louis Braille over 200 years ago, the raised dot reading and writing system used by people who are blind or vision impaired is still in use today.
Julie Woods, is on a mission to write 1 million names in braille.
Also known as 'That Blind Woman', Julie lost her sight in her 30s and has gone on to be a professional speaker, accessibility coach, and Global Ambassador for Blind Low Vision NZ.
On top of that, she's also successfully visited every wonder of the world and teamed up with her husband, artist Ron Esplin, to release a book about their adventures.