You Have A Psoriasis Blog? Me Too!

You Have A Psoriasis Blog? Me Too!

Under normal circumstances, any competitor coming onto your turf would pose a serious threat. But one of the things that I absolutely adore about the psoriasis community is that everyone is incredibly friendly and welcoming. That statement is usually followed up with “What’s it called? I’m going to follow you.” When I first started blogging … Continue reading

A Reflection On The Last 20 Weeks

A Reflection On The Last 20 Weeks

With only two weeks left of my maternity leave, I’ve been reflecting on the past 20 weeks. The fastest 20 weeks of my life. Physically having Reece started a rollercoaster of the deepest emotions I’ve ever felt – absolute fear, intense sadness, pure joy and happiness, a deeper love than I can ever describe and finally … Continue reading

Be Kind. Psoriasis Isn’t A Competition.

Be Kind. Psoriasis Isn’t A Competition.

“Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle.” I recently participated in the National Psoriasis Foundation and Healthline.com‘s #PSelfie Photo Campaign, a wonderful social media initiative launched to support and empower those who are living with psoriasis. I shared this photo and received a negative comment about it being a “joke” and … Continue reading

What’s the Deal with Psoriasis and Pregnancy?

What’s the Deal with Psoriasis and Pregnancy?

More great news, in the majority of cases psoriasis does not affect your pregnancy or ability to conceive. In fact, up to 60% of women reported their psoriasis symptoms got better during their pregnancy. About 20% reported their skin stayed the same and the other 20% saw their psoriasis worsen. Please keep in mind, this is different from person to … Continue reading

After Psoriasis Clears: Ghost Spots

After Psoriasis Clears: Ghost Spots

I think we can all agree that the best part of psoriasis is when a flare clears up! But in my personal experience, I’m usually left with white spots where my psoriasis once was. I like to affectionally call them my Ghost Spots, but the “Caspar the Friendly” kind of ghost. Not ideal to gain a new … Continue reading

Sabrina – NPF Mentor & Psoriasis Champ

Sabrina – NPF Mentor & Psoriasis Champ

I recently got the chance to chat with Sabrina, a NPF mentor since 2009, blogger extraordinaire and psoriasis champ. And those are only three things that make Sabrina, Sabrina. “Hiding isn’t the answer. Sharing is the answer.” Her role as mentor at the NPF allows her to connect with newly diagnosed patients and provide them … Continue reading

Business Travel Survivor Tips

Business Travel Survivor Tips

I’m currently in Chicago attending a Sales Blitz for one of the brands I work on. Personally, I hate traveling for business. I’d prefer to be home with my hubs and kitty cat, following my routine. I have enough trouble sticking to a routine at home. Now throw in a new time zone and a … Continue reading