“It’s in My Blood” Feature #9: Sarah Frison | Chronic illnesses. Inherent gifts. Endless possibilities. | www.achronicvoice.com

Featuring Sarah Frison, a Pastry Chef from Belgium Sarah is our first interviewee from Belgium, and she’s also a trained pastry chef! While she is unable to continue on this career path due to chronic illness, she now uses her knowledge to help others by using a stepped nutritional approach. When people approach her for […]

“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! […]

“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 […]

"It's in My Blood" Series Feature #6: Jayne Bailey | www.achronicvoice.com

Featuring Jayne Baily of “The Daily Manic” Jayne runs a great series on her blog called “Living Well with Chronic Illness”, which I’m always eager to read. The perspectives provided by other people are always useful either for future application, or reflection. She works as a life coach and gets a lot of satisfaction from […]

"It's in My Blood" Feature #5: Kelly Hodgkins | www.achronicvoice.com

Featuring Kelly Hodgkins of “moonglotexas” Having followed Kelly’s blog for a few months now, it’s obvious that she’s an avid reader. She does lots of book reviews, and I’m always amazed by how much this girl can read. Apart from reading, her horse, dog and job bring her great joy in life. Her upbeat personality […]

“It’s in My Blood” Feature #4: Shannon Giroux | www.achronicvoice.com

Featuring Shannon Giroux of “MSnubutterflies” Shannon sure has plenty of creative veins, and loves being hands on with her passions. Some are quite personal to her, such as drawing. Others she’s more than happy to spread around, such as good food! She goes from whipping up new recipes in the kitchen, to building new DIY […]

It's in My Blood Feature #3: Carole Griffitts | "It's in My Blood" Series | www.achronicvoice.com

Featuring Carole Griffitts of “Navigating the Storms” We’re really impressed with Carole’s passion for computers, considering that many her age shun or struggle with them! In fact, she was game for trying out a couple technical things while collaborating for this post, which was amazing! Apart from computers, she’s also into needle crafts, camping and […]

“It’s in My Blood” Feature #2: Cheyanne Perry of "Hospital Princess" | www.achronicvoice.com

Featuring Cheyanne Perry of “Hospital Princess” Cheyanne is one of my favourite chronic illness bloggers out there. She lives with mast cell disease, which makes her allergic to pretty much everything in the world 🙁 Despite that, she writes with such eloquence, fairness and joy. Apart from writing, she also enjoys knitting and vegan baking. […]

“It’s in My Blood” Series #1: Sarah Poitras | www.achronicvoice.com

Featuring Sarah Poitras in Our First Edition! What do people with chronic illnesses do every day? Do they even get any enjoyment out of life?! I think there’s no better way to kick off this brand new series than to feature Sarah Poitras of Travel Breathe Repeat! Despite having a progressive lung disease, she travelled […]

"It's in My Blood": Featuring People with Illnesses, Passions & Talents. Join us on www.achronicvoice.com

What’s This All About? Welcome to this brand new series on the blog! We will be featuring people who live with chronic illnesses, except that we won’t be talking about illnesses at all (plenty of space on our individual blogs for that!). Instead, we’ll be focussing on their natural talents and passions in life. I […]