While the majority of my writing has now been on Creaky Joints, I do occasionally write for other publications or have in the past. As a patient partner in research, I actively collaborate with healthcare professionals and researchers to provide valuable insights and perspectives from a patient’s point of view. This involvement allows me to contribute my firsthand experiences, knowledge, and expertise to help shape the direction of medical studies and ensure that patient needs are prioritized. Additionally, I have had the opportunity to share my personal stories and insights through various publications, enlightening readers about the challenges and triumphs of living with a chronic condition.

  • HealthlineWhat It’s Like Dating When You have A Chronic Illness
  • Healthline This Is How I’m A Kick-Ass Mom While Living With An Invisible Illness
  • Healthline– 8 Ways Fatigue Is The Worst Symptom of my Chronic Illness
  • Healthline The Truth About Rheumatoid Arthritis: 7 Things I Want You To Know About My Chronic Illness
  • Healthline How a Fitness Tracker Helped Me Understand and Manage My Rheumatoid Arthritis Symptoms
  • Healthline – How Virtual Care Has Changed My Chronic Illness Treatment
  • Healthline – What Rheumatoid Arthritis Brain Fog Feels Like and How to Cope
  • Healthline– It Took A Team For Me To Learn To Live With Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Healthline – It Took A Rheumatoid Arthritis Diagnosis For Me To Finally Address My Mental Health
  • Bezzy RA by Healthline– The Good and Bad That Comes with Being a Parent with Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • The Mighty When Rheumatoid Arthritis Brings Out My Mean Side
  • The Mighty –The Loneliness and Isolation That Have Set in Since My Chronic Illness Diagnosis
  • The Mighty – What It’s Like to Be a Single Mom With Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Scary MommyUnrelenting Fatigue And Constant Pain Consume My World — Here’s Why
  • Invisible Diaries – Five Facts About Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Mamas Facing Forward– 10 Tried and Tested Tips for Thriving as a Single Parent with Chronic Illness
  • Arthur’s Place– The Bizarre Emotions of Dating When You’re 33 and Have Rheumatoid Arthritis