Walking for Ankylosing Spondylitis is challenging for me with fibromyalgia and MECFS to deal with as well. But May is here. Time for change!
As someone who has been living with fibromyalgia officially since 2014 and unofficially for many years before that, I’ve discovered some great tips for living with fibromyalgia. I’d like to share my tips with you today since they have proved to be helpful to patients who are new to fibro and for veteran patients who […]
April is Sarcoidosis Awareness Month and April 13, being World Sarcoidosis Day, I’ve dedicated this post to my brother who had sarcoidosis.
Art Therapy Interview with Author/Artist Cameron B. Auxer. Learn how Cameron uses art as a coping technique for chronic illness. Don’t forget to check out her new book too!
Today I’m introducing you to Cassandra Brennan, CEO of Flight Path Immigration. Cass is a fellow Canadian and an all-star for the expat community here in Taiwan. I’m excited to introduce you to her so you can learn more about her business Flight Path Immigration, as well as her work here in Taiwan.
Throat pain and voice problems with Fibromyalgia is a symptom of severe fibromyalgia that most people don’t talk about or mention. Learn more about fibromyalgia complications here.
10 Non-Fiction Books For Women’s History Month You Should Read – Enjoy my favorite non-fiction list of good reads for women
10 Books For International Women’s Day You Must Read – As a lifelong bibliophile, I’ve got over 1,000 reviews and suggestions on my GoodReads account. You can find me under Carrie Kellenberger. Presenting 10 books for IWD2021 that you should read!
MSW Interviews: Art Therapy Series for Migraine
In our latest chronic illness art interview, we learn about artist Amanda Ingrassia and how she uses art to cope with Hemiplegic Migraine and what she recommends to new chronic illness warriors who are interested in using art to cope with pain.
Lunar New Year in Taiwan. Happy Year of the Ox! As people in Taiwan rejoice at being with their loved ones, I’m grateful to be here in my safe island bubble. But I wish I was planning my trip home this summer.