A Hurried Return, but Chronic Illness's Opening Hours Remain Unchanged | A Chronic Voice

Returning I had to sadly return to Singapore earlier than expected, due to the coronavirus outbreak. My parents were very worried, what with chronic illness and all that in the mix. After being put on hold with the customer service line for seven hours straight (yes, happy tropical island music for hours!), I was told […]

Coming Alive in the Winter Air (Pushing for Personal Changes & Group Advocacy)

Looking February…what should I say about 2020 so far? There’s been a mix of good and bad, as there always is, but let’s say that it’s been mostly awesome just for the new experiences in itself. Winter has been a fascinating season for me in every which way. The Lupus and Sjögren’s has been flaring […]

Friday, 10 January 2019. Issue #195. In this issue: Straws account for less than 0.03% of marine plastic pollution, yet disabled people who rely on them are being singled out. Managing pain by resting and quickly returning to a strict routine. CBG and its aid with sleep. Travelling can be exhausting even for a healthy […]

Issue #133: Why People Who Can Walk May Still Need to Use a Wheelchair & Manchester Airport's Wonderful Service for Those with Invisible Disabilities | www.achronicvoice.com

Friday, 26 October 2018. Issue #133. In this issue: A good starting point to improve my gut health, as a person with chronic, inflammatory diseases. Why people who can walk may still need to use a wheelchair from time to time. Educating others and advocating for yourself require lots of patience and clarity. Embracing your […]

Invisible in Florence: Life with Chronic Illness in Italy | www.achronicvoice.com

*Note from A Chronic Voice: Sara graciously agreed to share her life experiences for the Invisible Cities linkup, when I learned that she resides in the beautiful countryside of Italy! Living in Europe (at least for a while) is a dream of mine, so this was a particularly inspiring read for me. The insight into […]

Issue #128: The Fear that People Think You’re Faking Your Illness & Things a Doctor-Patient Want You to Know | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 21 September 2018. Issue #128. In this issue: The ironic upside of living in a country that’s strict with drug laws like Singapore. A common fear that people might think we’re faking our illness, just because we can still get stuff done on the good days. Things a doctor who’s also a patient want […]

Invisible in Singapore: What's It Like to Live Here with Chronic Illnesses | A Chronic Voice

CLICK HERE to submit your own entry, and to read about other places, too! *Updated (18 Sep 2018): Kale. Also, images are all from Unsplash. What’s it Like in My City, Living with Chronic Illnesses Best thing about your city for living with chronic illness? Singapore is a tiny city-state that’s only 50 km (31 […]

Invisible Cities Linkup: Pros & Cons of Living with Chronic Illness in Your City | A Chronic Voice

A Resource on Disability, Travel & Culture I’ve always been interested in cultures, specifically the differences, and what’s considered ‘normal’ to each. Since I’m already paying for the inLinkz tool (affiliate link), I figured I’d create more linkups just for fun, on top of the monthly ones I run for those with chronic illnesses. If […]