If there is one thing you should know about me, it is that I have to stay organized ALL the time. Since I’m always running out of spoons (aka energy), I am constantly forgetting where I put things, when I … Read More
What is a Chronic Illness?
Curious as to whether you may or may not have a chronic illness? Maybe you need help understanding what it feels like to live with a lifetime-long disease to help a loved one. All of that can be found here!
Why I Love My Community
Why do I want to make such a difference in this community? Learn my story here.
How You Can Get Involved
So in some way, shape, or form, you are passionate about the chronic illness community but do not know the best way to make an impact. Well, here's a few ways you can directly impact this community.
Recent Blog Posts
What is synovial fluid? Synovial fluid is a lubricant lies within your joints and protects your bones from clashing together when you’re moving. When you injure yourself, there is often swelling to protect yourself even more. However, with Rheumatoid Arthritis, … Read More
It was second semester of my sophomore year of college and I was starting to get nervous about where to go for in between my current and upcoming semester. Over the phone and miles away, my sister, “Lee”, and I were … Read More
This new year, I’ll be starting it off right with a new design job! I will be working as an international graphic designer, managing designs and collaterals for several countries around the world. My job is to take provided copy … Read More
Hello lovely people, For the past few days my sister and I have been preparing for our New Years Party to ring in 2016. Portland isn’t particularly known for it’s nightlife– rather, it’s known for it’s brunch life. So, we … Read More
Swimming has been a popular activity since 4000 BC. Some of our most cherished written documents, such as the Bible, and rich stories, such as the Iliad, have featured swimming throughout their text. Cave drawings of specific strokes have been … Read More
Nutrition is a constant cycle– you eat something, your body processes the nutrients, and then gives you energy. So, why then do we eat such worthless foods? Despite the deliciousness of English muffins in the morning, Cambell’s chicken noodle soup … Read More
Dogs are not just pets, according to the Americans with Disability Act (ADA). These respectable canines are great companions for those with physical and mental disabilities ranging from Epilepsy to Rheumatoid Arthritis to severe Depression. These intelligent animals are capable … Read More
The research of Collogen-Induced Arthritis (CIA) into rodents with controlled krill and fish oils was conducted to find less harmful medicinal approaches to treating chronic diseases such as degenerative joint disease and rheumatoid arthritis in human patients. CIA and RA … Read More