What Your Wish List Looks Like When You Have Chronic Illnesses | www.achronicvoice.com

What Do Wish Lists Reflect? What’s on your wish list, and why do you want these things? They tend to contain practical items that make everyday living easier, or luxurious treats that warm the heart. I’m not going to complain if I receive a fancy handbag, expensive perfume or surprise holiday, so go ahead 😉 […]

“It’s in My Blood”: Roy George – A Dramatic Life with a Short Bowel | www.achronicvoice.com

The Wonderful Randomness of the Internet To tell you the truth, I hardly know a thing about Roy; he isn’t in my usual online circle. In fact it was another stranger who linked us up with a few quick words on Twitter and voilà, I have a new, interesting person to feature in this series! […]

Issue #84: Brilliant Sarcasm on How to Fake Chronic Illness & Non-standard Pillows for Better Sleep. Click to read or pin to save for later. | www.achronicvoice.com | #tophealthtweets #achronicvoice #chronicillness #spoonie

Sat, 18 Nov 2017. Issue #84. In this issue: Chronic illness survival tips from veteran spoonies. Some therapy with cute little Piper 😉 Non-standard pillows that might help with better sleep. A great book that helps both kids and adults understand chronic illness better. The difficulties of finding joy in a lifelong union with pain. […]

“It’s in My Blood” Feature #7: Katarina Zulak | www.achronicvoice.com

Featuring Katarina Zulak of “Skillfully Well” Katarina strikes me as an artistic and intelligent soul, and I picked up a few hobby tips while interviewing her! She’s into calligraphy, writing and reading. She also started a creative bullet journal to organise her todo list, which can be tricky with brain fog. With meditation as part […]

Issue 83: For a Good Time in Paris, Wheelchair Included & Overexertion from Not Much. Click to read or pin to save for later. | www.achronicvoice.com | #chronicillness #tophealthtweets #achronicvoice #spoonie

Sat, 11 Nov 2017. Issue #83. In this issue: Constant pain signals from misfiring nerves in CRPS. Hope for a good life, despite illness. When resting becomes essential in your lifestyle. Overexertion even though it seems like no big deal. Viewing body parts separately when they are one whole. Life has much to reveal, be […]

Issue #82: Winter Essentials for Spoonies & Challenging Society with #InvisiblyDisabledLooksLike. Click to read or pin to save for later. | www.achronicvoice.com

Sat, 4 Nov 2017. Issue #82. In this issue: Ancient wisdom from Lao Tzu. How a single word change can make a huge difference. #InvisiblyDisabledLooksLike – challenging society’s perception of disability. Winter essentials for spoonies. The subtle signs of falling into a rut. The November linkup party is out! Health is the greatest wealth, yet […]

December Prompts: Discovering, Rediscovering, Anticipating, Decluttering & Cherishing. | www.achronicvoice.com

What or who will you be discovering, rediscovering, anticipating, decluttering and cherishing this November? You’re free to interpret these keywords as you like, and here’s my list! I hope you’ll join me in sharing more insight about life with chronic illnesses 🙂 Click here to submit your own entry, and to read what others are […]

November 2017 Linkup Party for People with Chronic Illnesses. Click to read/join or pin to save for later. | www.achronicvoice.com

Hello and welcome to the fourth linkup party! There’s one small rule change – thanks to those who gave some feedback! From this linkup onwards, you just need to write in response to a minimum of three prompts, if you find five overwhelming. Of course I would love to read and learn more about your […]