If I am here, can I also be over there?
Yes, I can! I am honored to say, I have been asked by Everyday Health.com to become their new featured Fibromyalgia blogger. It has been in the works for sometime, and I have been quietly posting for a few weeks now, but I have held off announcing it until their new blog software and redesign goes live. Unfortunately there have been delays, and since the link to my blog will remain the same, I have decided to go ahead and share my happy news with all of you.
Fibromyalgia Health Haven is the name of my Everyday Health blog. I will be contributing an article once a week, most likely every Tuesday. The articles there will still have my personality, but will be slightly less conversational. Where this is my happy place, Everyday Health will be more like a place of business. A few of the posts there now are shared here, but starting this week forward, each post will be unique on Everyday Health. I will probably do as I am now and give you a little heads up and nudge to my posts there, or if you are a tech savvy reader you can add my new blog to your reader and be notified of my new posts that way.
I will also update you when the redesign is complete. They are working hard on building and developing a clearer Fibromyalgia community, with more information and resources. It is a great and growing site. And if you register with them you can start your own member blog if you are interested. I have said it many times before, writing is therapeutic, and I recommend it to everyone living with chronic illness. But if you are considering starting a blog through Everyday Health, I advise you wait until the new blog software is up and the redesign complete. Their current software is not very user friendly.
I am very happy and excited to have been asked by Everyday Health to be a featured blogger. They found me here on Fibromyalgia Haven, and felt I have a strong enough voice and write interestingly enough to be a featured part of their health community. Is there a greater compliment? I am honored, and look forward to contributing my patient perspective to the Fibromyalgia resources on Everyday Health. I hope you will visit me there like you do here. Thank you all for supporting my voice here, and contributing to this opportunity for growth. You inspire me!
P.S. Today’s EH post is on working with Fibromyalgia. I would love it if you would leave a comment over there with your thoughts on the subject. Thanks!