My final Lyme Disease Awareness Month guest post is by Kat Woods, who created the wonderful and adorably illustrated Lyme, food, and wellness blog HopeHealCook. In addition to being an extremely talented writer and illustrator, Kat is also a gifted chef and recipe developer. She knows a ton about nutrition and has worked to heal her Lyme naturally. Please check out her story and her supercool, hand-inked cartoons. Continue reading “Spoonie Artist Guest Post: Kat Woods (@hopehealcook on Instagram)”
I followed Bethany on Instagram because of her beautifully drawn, professional-looking comics that reminded me of my favorite graphic novels, only they were about Lyme disease! I love Bethany’s style, humor, and the painfully accurate way she reflects the patient experience. Continue reading “Spoonie Artist Guest Post: Bethany@lymelifecomics”
I first learned about Yulia through her hilarious ME advocacy videos on her channel, @FunWithCFS. Yulia was a Ph.D student when she got sick and she is one brilliant, multitalented spoonie! This is a tiny bit longer than my other guest posts, but every word is worth the time. Please read her painfully relatable, funny, beautifully written memoir excerpt and be sure to check out her videos in the middle of the post.
Continue reading “Spoonie Guest Artist:Yulia Greyman (@FunWithCFS on YouTube)”
Do you ever sit around late at night, by yourself or with chronically ill friends, thinking up Lymie or spoonie-related versions of your favorite movie titles? No, because you have a life? 😁 Hey, that’s what you have me for…
Continue reading “Lymie Movie Classics, Part One”
I first found Jennifer because we were in the same Facebook group and she posted an incredible painting called “The Scream” (below). It really sums up the experience of being a Lyme patient. Here is her story and some of her amazing awareness art. Continue reading “Spoonie Guest Artist: Jennifer Bialk Scott”
As I mentioned, this is going to be a really long series, because we spoonies deserve a LOT of medals. 😁 Continue reading “The Spoonie Awards (Because We All Deserve a Medal), Part Two”