I'm excited to offer you some new influencer services and advertising opportunities! 

It is my mission to provide my personal experiences, learnings, and resources to the chronic illness and autoimmune community to better their lives as a patient.

I help patients prosper by sharing useful, applicable information to use in their day to day lives as a patient, student, young professional, and caretaker.

Your financial contribution to my blog helps to cover costs associated with the upkeep of maintaining these resources, such as domain and host fees, social media management fees, travel expenses to national speaking opportunities, in-person patient and community forums, and more. 

I am a young professional, myself, and work for an investment firm as a graphic designer. Though I make a salary to support myself, the blog has grown tremendously in the last year, and I am unable to sustain the expenses alone.

When you sponsor my blog, you not only help the chronic illness community, but I help to improve your community too! 

do you fit into any of these categories?

I want to make a small donation to your blog


i want to advertise
on your website

How i can help you grow your business

choose the level best fits your budget:

Make a small donation

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  • Your donation is greatly appreciated and helps to cover costs such as blog maintenance fees, travel fees for community events, and miscellaneous fees associated with maintaining social media accounts
I want in
  • 1 Instagram story video feature
  • Your Page linked in my Instagram bio for 48 hours
  • 1 Instagram post, live for 24 hours
  • 1 tweet
Let's do this
  • 2 Instagram story video features
  • Your page linked in my Instagram bio for 2 weeks
  • 1 Instagram post, live for 48 hours
  • Displayed as a Featured Sponsor on Chronicallyjill.com
  • 3 tweets
Hell Yeah
  • 5 Instagram story video features
  • Your page linked in my Instagram bio for 1 month
  • 1 Instagram post, live for 48 hours
  • Product or Service review post on my blog
  • Displayed as a Featured Sponsor on Chronicallyjill.com
  • 5 tweets

common questions about my pricing:

Who is my audience?

Mainly peoples in the disability community, usually referring to themselves as "Spoonies" or "Zebras". My audience is 73% women on average across social media platforms and my blog. My readership is the 24-36 age range, but I do have readers as young as 18 and as old as 76! 

Where are my followers coming from?

My community and friends stay in touch with me primarily on Instagram or through my texting service. Most of my readers and followers have found out about my brand either by word of mouth or from in-person events such as the National Juvenile Arthritis Foundation in Seattle or disability camps such as Camp Dartmouth in Vermont. I fortunately have gotten a lot of organic marketing this way.

How did I come up with my price points?

I always want to make sure that both parties are happy with a business deal, which is why I did the research for us. 

  • To give you an idea of micro-influencing on Instagram:
    Influencers who have 100K followers on Instagram usually make $10 for every 1,000 followers per post 

  • The estimated earnings per Instagram post on @Chronicallyjill is an average of $88 as of August 8th, 2018 according to an Influencer calculator

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It's hard to know these days if someone is legitimate or is who they say they are. Since I do not have a personal Facebook account, here is my LinkedIn. Please feel free to connect with me there, check out my place of employment. To respect my privacy, please do not ask detailed questions regarding my place of employment or personal life beyond what I have shared on this blog already in posts. 


I graduated from Keene State College in Keene, New Hampshire and was awarded "Most Accomplished Design Student" for the College of Arts. I worked as a Residential Assistant and assistant designer in college.


I was diagnosed with Juvenile Pauciarticular Rheumatoid Arthritis when I was 13 months old. Growing up, I had resources like the Arthritis Foundation, but did not think they were applicable enough to my life. When I was in my late teens, I began flaring again and needed an outlet, so I began blogging and volunteering at events both in my community and nationally.