Issue #75: The Power of “I Believe You” & Death by Board Games and Tea. Click to read or pin to save for later. | www.achronicvoice.com

Sat, 16 Sep 2017. Issue #75. In this issue: The little thing society can do for those in chronic pain. “I believe you” – three very powerful words. Changing our world views in order to thrive with chronic illness. How to keep your house clean even while ill. Spoonie problems: death by board games and […]

Issue #74: The Real Cost of Chronic Illness & How Bad Does Pain Have to be to be Believed? | www.achronicvoice.com

Sat, 09 Sep 2017. Issue #74. In this issue: How bad does your pain have to be before it’s taken seriously? Chronic illness show and tell with these five prompts for September. Teaching children about Multiple Sclerosis through actions. Your identity within chronic pain. Embrace your feelings and then let them go. A colourful infographic […]

September 2017 Linkup Party for People with Chronic Illnesses. Participate here! | www.achronicvoice.com

Hello and welcome to the second linkup party hosted on A Chronic Voice! If you missed out on the first party, you can still check out some interesting entries here. In addition to this, I have created another monthly book linkup as well. It’s a personal attempt to finish reading all the books on my […]

September 2017 Prompts: Resisting, Learning, Struggling, Supporting & Changing | www.achronicvoice.com

What will you be resisting, learning, struggling with, supporting and changing for the month? You’re free to interpret these keywords however you wish; here’s my own list! I hope you’ll join me here on this parallel journey that’s similar yet different in so many ways 🙂 *Note: This post contains affiliate links. It will not […]

Issue #71: Beneath the Invisibility & How to Manage Your Energy Budget | www.achronicvoice.com

Saturday, 19 Aug 2017, Issue #71. In this issue: What spoons represent and the rise of spoon tattoos. Acceptance of self is to put on the armour of peace. 25 photos that show what invisible illness can look like. Those with long-term illnesses – how do we handle them? How to manage your chronic illness […]

August 2017 Prompts: Missing, appreciating, striving, releasing, eating. Click to read or pin to save for later. Participate here: www.achronicvoice.com

What or who are you missing, appreciating, striving for, releasing and eating this month? Here’s what I’ll be up to! It would also be interesting to get a glimpse into the lives of my fellow chronic illness people out there. Click here to participate now! Missing Having my own money to spend. I’m actually terrified […]

Issue #67: Yearning to Give More as a Parent & 30 Mad Skills of Chronic Patients: Click to read or pin to save for later. | www.achronicvoice.com

Sunday, 23 Jul 2017. Issue #67. In this edition: Yearning to give more as a parent with chronic illness. Passing on the blogging inspiration. Identifying with ‘normal’. Climbing our mountains one baby step at a time. One patient’s quest to manage pain with alternative therapies. 30 mad skills you learn as a spoonie. Gentle exercises […]

Issue 65: Wearable Pain Relief & Self-worth Beyond Mere Productivity - Click to read or pin to save for later - www.achronicvoice.com

Saturday, 08 Jul 2017. Issue #65. In this edition: Passing on the ‘Sunshine Blogger Award’. Nurture your soul through art. 10 most painful conditions. Share your tips in ‘Project Chronic Wisdom’. Seven things people with fibromyalgia are tired of hearing. Adapting to life’s curveballs. A review on Quell, wearable relief that’s great for nerve pain. […]

Flotation Therapy at Palm Avenue Float Club: Did it do Anything for My Chronic Pain? - A Chronic Voice

What Got Me Curious About Flotation Therapy Flotation therapy has been within my interest radar for quite some time. Reviews from other chronic illness bloggers keep popping up on my social media feeds, and they are all positive. Most of these bloggers are caucasian women with fibromyalgia, however. There’s even an entire research project dedicated […]

Stress Management: How to Relax by Thich Nhat Hanh - click to read or pin to save for later. | www.achronicvoice.com

Thich Nhat Hanh’s writings on mindfulness and peace are popular worldwide due to their simplicity. “How to Relax” is one of the many books in his “Mindfulness Essentials” series. There is also “How to Sit”, “How to Eat”, “How to Love” and more. Today’s review focusses on “How to Relax”, a book you can absorb […]

#projChronicWisdom: Secret Motivation Tips for When You’re Unmotivated | Participate here: www.achronicvoice.com

Theme: Secret Motivation Tips for When You’re Unmotivated Question: We all have those days where we aren’t motivated to do anything. Everything becomes labourious, and we just want to lie in bed and stare at the wall. What is your best method of dealing with this? How do you get yourself up and going again? […]