As My Joints Turn

My Autoimmune Soap Opera

In addition to my autoimmune arthritis and other chronic illnesses, I’ve written about my skin issues. Right before my diagnosis of Sjogren’s syndrome, I was diagnosed with a benign skin disease called DSAP (disseminated superficial actinic porokerotosis).  I basically get these little circles on my skin. They get hard and sometimes flake.  Over time, they …

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I love summer.  I didn’t have the best summer, but regardless, I always hate seeing it come to an end.  Today is also Labor Day.  A day in which we, in the United States, honoring contribution and achievements of American workers.  I am still able to work with my chronic illnesses.  It’s far from easy. …

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I wrote earlier this week about starting my 27th year  in the field of education.  I’m a speech therapist. You wouldn’t think a speech therapist would be on her feet  lot, but I work in schools and what do schools have??  LONG hallways and multiple flights of stairs.  I also work a part time job …

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  I’m exhausted.  Utterly exhausted.  I shouldn’t be.  I’m not working.  I’m on vacation for two weeks, but I have no energy.  My body aches.  My bones are tired.  I feel 80 years old. I don’t like it. This was going to be my summer of getting stuff done.  I was going to write my …

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Every year, WegoHealth has their annual Health Awards.  There are various categories that honor Patient Advocates/Leaders who are active on various social media platforms.  I’m so touched and honored to say that I have been nominated.  This year, people were kind enough to nominate me in two categories.  Click on the badges to vote for …

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I’ve written many times about my fear of losing health insurance due to my pre-existing conditions.  Recently, the Justice Department has decided to not defend the Affordable Care Act in court.  Without defense the ACA could be determined to be unconstitutional, thus illuminating the protections put in place for people with pre-existing conditions.  According the …

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