Guest Blogger: Amy Saunders of “Living with ME”

Happy Wednesday, friends! It's time for another guest blog! As I stated in the first guest blog, if you are interested in guest blogging on Chronically Kristin, please email me here: kristin.coppens@gmail.com.

ePharma Blog Posts

Hi everyone!   I just wanted to update with a post on my blog posts for ePharma Summit. You can read my posts, and others, on their blog, here. Follow them on social media with @epharma and #epharma16.   Here are the first two posts, I'll edit this and add more as they are published. [...]

We’re Getting Real Around Here

I could say a lot of reasons why I haven't blogged in weeks. But I won't. It just hasn't happened. I have a lot of posts in the queue, but not much action on them. Words are stuck. There's a lot of things going on right now, mostly a lot of things going wrong. But [...]

I Patient, You Patient, ePatient. 

I was introduced to the term "ePatient" by Stanford School of Medicine's MedX program. Among many other things, they hold a yearly conference in September that brings together physicians, scientists, researchers, students, patients, and more. The conference is a leading showcase of technology and healthcare with emerging techniques and findings. In relation, an ePatient is [...]

A-Z Blogger Survey

Hi everyone! Hopefully you all enjoyed your 4th of July festivities and spent some time outdoors. In light of a holiday weekend, I thought I would do a fun little survey I found on Julie's blog: Peanut Butter Fingers. It follows an A-Z, alphabet format, so feel free to play along in the comments section! [...]

Naysayers and Misunderstandings

Yikes! I apologize for my big gap in posts here; I've been caught up in working a lot lately and my little blog has fallen by the wayside in the past month. I vow to be much better moving forward! Anyway! You can have a conversation with just about every individual that suffers from chronic [...]

Facing Your Chronic Fears

This is a topic I don't talk about often. In fact, I'm not sure that I've talked about this with much of anyone. Living with more than one chronic illness is a roller coaster. It's like hearing a tornado on the weather report and walking right into it. Or having the flu 24 hours a [...]