Rheumatoid Arthritis Guy Store

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Rheumatoid Arthritis Guy StoreOne of the projects that I have been wanting to complete for a while, which I finally got around to doing this past week, was the creation of a “Rheumatoid Arthritis Guy Store”.

This store, powered by Amazon.com, is a selection of books, cds, videos, and health and personal care items that I think are particularly useful for those of us living with rheumatoid arthritis and other autoimmune illnesses.

The categories and all of the products in the store have been hand picked by me. I probably own between 50-60% of these items…and the ones that I don’t have, I hope to purchase soon.

So when you get a chance, please take a look around the store. All of the browsing is embedded here on my blog. Once you are ready to check out, you will be taken to Amazon.com, where you can securely conduct the final step of your transaction.

Hope you like it! If there are any suggestions for items to add, please do let me know.

Visit Store: http://www.rheumatoidarthritisguy.com/store/

(There is also a tab at the upper-right corner of the page that will take you to the store.)

Disclaimer: I have not received any samples or compensation from any company or individual associated with the products in this store. As a participant in the Amazon Associates program, I do earn a percentage from the sale of any item that is purchased through a link on my website.

Comments 7

  1. Anne

    May I suggest adding music CDs with classical music? I find Chopin and Beethoven incredibly soothing and rejuvenating when dealing with those periods of intense fatigue.

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    RA Guy

    The Gripitz yoga blocks looks great, and seem just the thing that can help me when I do yoga. Thanks for sharing – I’m adding it to the store right now!

  4. Barbarella

    Oooh, those black thermogloves look very sexy… 😉

    I like the can opener too. Luckily most things in tins I buy have the little pull lever on top, but there is still *some* stuff I get where I need a tin opener. This one sounds great for achey, weak hands (I have fibro too).

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