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Heartsongs: Weaving My Way Around Rheumatoid Arthritis
I have a constellation of autoimmune diseases, which I am treating in various ways, for the most part through diet, exercise and alternative therapies. I have learned a lot in the past year, and plan to use this blog as a way to share what I have learned, as well as what I experience each day while on this strange and curious journey. I don’t claim to have any answers, but hope that sharing my experiences will be of some use to me and perhaps also to you. My experiment continues…
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Live Art.fully
Come along on my journey as I live life artfully while battling chronic pain and illness due to a chronic inflammatory disease called Ankylosing Spondylitis. I like to write authentically about the challenges of inflammatory arthritis and how I am learning to rise above them with chronic gratitude.
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Wanton or Wanton?
I’m AtotheA which could be the name Angela, Amanda, Andrea, Angelica, Angelina, Annalisa, huh…I’m seeing a theme except for Amanda. You can scratch out Amanda. I am engaged (I bagged a man, poor bastard). I am working on another Master’s degree (am I crazy or should I be chanting :STUDENT DEBT! STUDENT DEBT!?). I have an autoimmune disease that I like to pretend does not define me, but it secretly does. Please, don’t tell Rita (I named my Rheumatoid Arthritis…well, Rita). I really have a sick fascination with naming inanimate objects and living things. Why is that? I am creating a blog to check this sucker off my bucket list. I’m giving myself a year of free therapy. Go on with your bad egocentric only child self AtotheA!
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The Juicy Joint for Rheumatoid Arthritis
The freshest new resources for young women battling rheumatoid arthritis.
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Chronic Curve
Chronic Curve will provide you with details of my own personal journey, weekly helpful link roundups full of wonderful links and resources, product and DIY-project reviews, dorm/college living with chronic illness; the latest research and news, tips and tricks all relative to chronic illness and pain, specifically Rheumatoid Arthritis/Still’s Disease/SLE.
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Joints in Motion
I am participating in the Arthritis Society’s Joints in Motion program in memory of my Mom, Karen, who passed away in March 2011. As part of this program, I will train for and run a full marathon (42.2 km) in Lausanne, Switzerland in October 2012. Along the way, I will raise money and awareness in support of the Arthritis Society’s research, programs and advocacy work that is so important to people living with arthritis.
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