Invisible Disabilities Week; Interview with a Spoonie – Amy S

– Name My name is Amy and my blog is Living with ME (livingwithme.blog). – Origin UK – Tell us a little about you! What do you enjoy doing? I have recently finished University where I was studying English Language & Linguistics and I am now doing a part time PGCE with the aim toRead more

Invisible Disabilities Week; Congenital Heart Defect Awareness [Guest Post]

Written by A Mom’s Scattered Mind. Michelle is a loving mother, who is not only a spoonie herself, but recently gave birth to a loving boy called Sebastian. Little Sebastian was born prematurely with Cogenital Heart Defect, and here is her story. Follow her on Twitter here! 1 in 100 children are born with aRead more

Invisible Disabilities Week: Interview with a Spoonie – Jenny

1. Name I’m Jenny, and I blog over at The Chronic Traveller! 2. Origin I’m originally from the U.K. but I move around a lot. Right now, I’m living in Spain. 3. Tell us a little about you! What do you enjoy doing? Hello! I love to travel. I especially like exploring historical sites allRead more

Invisible Disabilities Week 2018 – Chronic Migraine Awareness

A few months ago, celebrities were doing this pose known as the ‘Migraine Pose’ and it caused so much contraversey, as it should. My 5 seconds of relief, is not equal to your 5 seconds of selfie. I was diagnosed with Chronic Migraine-Vertigo just over a year (or two) ago. It started with a colonoscopy thatRead more

Invisible Disabilities Week; Interview with a Spoonie – Pamela

For Invisible Disabilities Week, I reached out to all of you spoonies to get involved, and of course many put forward their interest! Here is Pamela, a lovely spoonie blogger who tells us her story! What is your name? My name is Pamela Jessen, and I blog in two locations [Pamela Jessen + A ChronicalRead more

Invisible Disabilities Week: Interview with a Spoonie – Ruth

– Name: Ruth S. – Origin: I was born in the South West of England, in Devon on Christmas Day 1996. I have lived with my mum and dad and brother (until he moved out), in the same house for 21 years in a town called Exeter. I love it here, I can’t imagine beingRead more