This Year's Grand Christmas Giveaway on A Chronic Voice (8 Awesome Products Up for Grabs!) | A Chronic Voice

*Note: A big THANK YOU to our sponsors in this year’s Grand Christmas Giveaway on A Chronic Voice: Slick Chicks, Thrive Tape, Winnie’s Picks, YuYu Bottle, Kathryn Trueblood, Nikki Albert, Lene Andersen and Sue Ingebretson! All opinions expressed in this giveaway post are my own, and may contain affiliate links. It will cost you nothing […]

4 Healthier and Greener Period Products You Can Switch to Right Now | A Chronic Voice

There may be many brands of period pads and tampons on the market, but they mostly emphasise on length or absorption capabilities. Reusable and organic products for menstruation are on the rise however, and for a number of good reasons. *Note: Whilst this post is sponsored by The Period Co., all opinions expressed in this […]

A Perfect Capture of Life with Chronic Illness (Gliding Across That Same Glassy Ocean) | A Chronic Voice | Featured Image

A word that could probably sum up life with chronic illness is ‘mundane’. Sure, it has its (very much unwanted) moments, but for the most part you’re just cruising along, pacing, trying to avoid those unwanted moments. It’s a sadistic, adult version of hide and seek. Either I’m hiding from my over-active immune system as […]

Issue 170: Believe in Your Friend's Pain & Keep Checking in on Them. We Truly Do Appreciate You! | A Chronic Voice | Featured Image

Friday, 09 July 2019. Issue #170. In this issue: Help wanted – pick your favourite chronic illness slogans! There is no other way but to work towards our future slowly, for those of us living with chronic illnesses. ‘I believe you’ are powerful words, especially when many of your friends with chronic pain are often […]

Issue #168: Grieving Isn't Only for the 'Big Things' & Don't Undermine the Importance of Your Mental Health | A Chronic Voice | Featured Image

Friday, 05 July 2019. Issue #168. In this issue: When it’s the end of the day, all you can do is to sleep on it, and deal with it tomorrow. Don’t ignore your mental health, and find a good therapist to be part of your team. The difference between self-care and caring for yourself. When […]

Issue #152: How to Balance Exercise with Chronic Pain & the Peace that Being Out in Nature Brings, Even for Just a While | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 08 March 2019. Issue #152. In this issue: Pain is a harsh teacher. Feeling peace and joy by being out in nature, even for a short while. How to balance exercise and chronic pain on a regular basis. How chronic illness tiredness is different from ‘regular tiredness’. Selma Blair at the Oscars – in […]

Issue #127: Beautiful Portraits of Women with Ostomy Bags & How to Help a Friend Who May be Contemplating Suicide | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 14 September 2018. Issue #127. In this issue: Accept and surround yourself with supportive resources to heal from the bad days. The many thought responses to the comment, “but you don’t look sick”. Joy can also be found in small achievements, and not just during fun times. Beautiful portraits of women with invisible illnesses […]

YuYu Hot Water Bottle Review: ‘Surround Warmth’ for Pain Relief | www.achronicvoice.com

*Note: Whilst this post is sponsored by YuYu Bottle, all opinions expressed in this review are my own. Don’t forget to use the discount code at the end of this post for 15% off your first purchase! The Speedy Arrival of a Much Anticipated Parcel My emerald super soft fleece YuYu bottle arrived via DHL, […]

In this issue: Up close and personal with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome in Jennifer Brea’s film, “Unrest”. Designing a new menstrual cup for disabled women out of necessity. The difficult question of disability and ability to work. Why it’s important not to hide your pain and feelings. Click to read or pin to save for later. | www.achronicvoice.com | #achronicvoice #healthnews #spoonielife #chronicillness #painmanagement

Sat, 20 Jan 2018. Issue #93. In this issue: Up close and personal with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome in Jennifer Brea’s film, “Unrest”. Designing a new menstrual cup for disabled women out of necessity. When doctors should be on your side, but aren’t. When everyone seems to be adulting, but not you. The difficult question of […]

Issue #73: Adapting to a Forever Illness & How Bad do You Have to Hurt Before Being Taken Seriously? Click to read or pin to save for later. | www.achronicvoice.com

Saturday, 02 Sep 2017. Issue #73. In this issue: What you can do even if you don’t understand what someone else is going through. The problem with using depression as a diagnosis excuse. How bad do you have to hurt before you’re taken seriously? Learn how to share your truth in a way others can […]