It’s been roughly two months since we started social distancing, working from home, wearing a mask, staying home. And everywhere,
Tell us a bit about yourself: When and how were you diagnosed? In October 1977 I was at college and
Gradually, over the last week, the reality about COVID-19 has seeped in. A week after I started a new
COVID-19 is on everyone’s mind. My family in Germany is safe, but there are areas that have seen big outbreaks.
I like exercise. I haven’t always liked it, and I have written about why. I am far from being an
It’s the last day of 2019. I thankfully was stable health-wise, so there isn’t much to share about my health
If you’re anything like us, you probably spent a good chunk of 2018 dealing with your chronic illness, adjusting to new developments and learning from the hard knocks along the way. We’re not big believers in New Year’s resolutions, but we like to make lists and bring visibility to chronic illness, especially of the invisible variety. These New Year’s resolutions are an accumulation of some insights and hopes for the new year. We know that different conditions require different handling and that not all of these resolutions will work for everyone. We all have different experiences and life situations and that’s cool! But we want to share these resolutions to show solidarity, help allies support friends and family and let others with chronic illness know: you’re not alone.
Friday, I had my annual colonoscopy. This year, I tweaked my prep a little bit. I splurged, and got lobster
This year, Mental Health Awareness month is May. And for a few years now, I have seen articles and blog
The abysmal situation of the academic job market has received a lot of coverage in recent years, with not much