The Value in Seeking Out Moments of Gratitude (and How to do it) | www.achronicvoice.com

*Note from A Chronic Voice: Lisa is writing a series of guest posts on the blog on effective methods to cope with chronic illness, principles which she has applied to her own life with success. In this article, she shares how her initial skepticism (and even derision!) about using a gratitude journal turned into an […]

Issue #123: How Losing Your Career Due to Illness Can Impact Your Family’s Wellbeing & How Patients Can Support Each Other | www.achronicvoice.com

Friday, 17 August 2018. Issue #123. In this issue: The fallacy of repeated routines and lifestyles. How to survive a heatwave, as told by a spoonie. Self-talk and learning to trust in your own goodness. The Disabled Diva’s top three CBD products that can be purchased online. Struggling to get by while everyone else is […]

August 2018 Prompts: Figuring, Completing, Boring, Cuddling & Chatting | www.achronicvoice.com

CLICK HERE to submit your own entry, and to read about what others are up to as well! Figuring out some new symptoms again. To be a person with chronic illness is to be an enigma. The need to deal with a constant stream of puzzles arises, mysteries that you either solve or live with. […]

August 2018 Linkup Party for People with Chronic Illnesses | achronicvoice.com | #achronicvoice #august #linkup #prompts #chronicillness #spoonie

So we’re more than halfway through the year already (!!), yet life with chronic illness is both mundane and unpredictable. August brings new cards to the gambling table of my life, which I’ll have to consider and play. Has there been any disruptions to your usual routine, for better or for worse? I and many […]

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*Note: Remember to use the promo code at the end of the post for your first session in Singapore! This is not a sponsored post; all opinions are my own. I only started going for regular facials at 31, as I thought it was about time 😉 I count myself fortunate to have gotten to […]

How Speech Recognition Makes Living with Disability Easier | www.achronicvoice.com

*A Note from A Chronic Voice: Desi Mazdur lives with fibromyalgia, and uses a number of tools to improve his quality of life. He runs a website, “Disabled Messenger”, where he shares many tutorials about “Dragon NaturallySpeaking”, which is a leading voice assistant software with amazing capabilities. In fact, it’s the technology that powers Apple […]