Incredible Psoriatic Blogs You Should Be Following

image1-4Under 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 about psoriasis, there weren’t too many other blogs out there. But I’m happy to report that our digital world is growing rapidly. That means more awareness, more information and more support. I’ve watched blogs that have been around grow and evolve and I’ve seen new ones flourish and bring forward their own voices into the space.

I’ve had the opportunity to meet or speak to a lot of these wonderful people and I encourage you to start following them or even start your own blog. Message me about guest posting if you want to start with dipping your toe into the water!

The great thing is that none of our stories, experiences and perspectives are the same, so there’s still a ton to learn and share with the rest of the community.

In no particular order, here’s a few spectacular ones to get your started:

Seeing Pspots  – Psoriasis Blog by Brittany Ineson

It’s Just a Bad Day, Not a Bad Life – Psoriatic Arthritis Blog by Julie Cerrone

Being Me in My Own Skin – Psoriasis Blog by Alisha Bridges

Overcoming Psoriasis – Psoriasis & Psoriatic Arthritis Blog by Todd Bello

A Spot of Hope – Psoriasis & Psoriatic Arthritis Blog by Jaime Lyn Moy

The Flaky Fashionista – Psoriasis Fashion Blog by Helen Hanrahan

City Girl Flare – Psoriatic Arthritis Blog by Lori-Ann Holbrook

The Itch to Beat Psoriasis – Psoriasis Blog by Howard Chang

Homegrown Houston – Lifestyle & Psoriasis Blog by Sabrina Styles

My Skin and I – Psoriasis Blog by Simon Jury

Psoriasis Exposed By Rena – Psoriasis Blog by Rena

Fight The Flare – Psoriatic Disease Facebook Page of Summer Scirocco

Psoriatic Pstandup – Psoriasis YouTube Channel of Chris Pettit

Let me know if there are any wonderful blogs that you follow and I’ll add them to the list!


  1. Great post Joni. Couldn’t agree more that this is a great community. As much as psoriasis can make you feel alone it really has brought people together. I have been lucky enough to meet a few other bloggers and patients now and what I find interesting is that as well as having different experiences we all have a different take on it too, our blogs are all unique just like our skin and our psoriasis. You may like to read “Jessica and Psoriasis” and “Psoriasis Exposed by Rani” two more UK bloggers.

  2. Thanks for all the info and a great list! I am a retired nurse who never thought I would end up needing the help and support of others in my later years. Appreciate so many willing to share their stories!

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