The Blogs and Bloggers I Follow as a Chronic Illness Blogger

Long before I began blogging, I was following Blogs about Chronic Illness/Pain, Fibro and CFS/ME. Over the years, I have come across some really great Blogs and met some really great Bloggers. So I wanted to introduce you to them. I am so grateful to have found a plethora of information and encouragement, over the years, from great people like them.

Meet Caz at InvisiblyMe-you will absolutely love her!! Caz has been sick for 11 years and blogs about a myriad of conditions and living life positively with them. You can feel that same positivity and warmth in every exchange you have with Caz. You can check out her Blog here:
https://invisiblyme.com/

Kim, at I Tripped Over a Stone, was one of the very first Bloggers that welcomed me to the Blogging world with open arms and really encouraged me. Kim is a veteran spoonie and aside from writing her blog, maintains a Facebook page and has written a book about Fibro. Please find Kim here, I’m sure she’ll be just as warm to you:
https://itrippedoverastone.com/ 

Melinda is another Blogger who has been super welcoming and supportive. The thing about Melinda is this: she’s fiesty!! Despite Melinda suffering from multiple health issues, she still finds the time to be positive and occasionally silly. Melinda blogs in a couple places. You can find her here:
https://lookingforthelight.blog/ and here: 
https://survivorsbloghere.com/

Lee Good was my very first Pinterest follower and every exchange I’ve had with her has been great! Lee has her own Blog:
http://www.fibrofiles.net/p/about.html but Lee also manages The Fibro Blogger Directory here: 
http://www.fibrobloggerdirectory.com/p/directory.html The great thing about Lee’s directory is that you can find great Fibro Bloggers from around the world conveniently listed in Lee’s directory.

Claire Saul writes at PainPals Blog. Claire has an award winning Blog and does a great roundup of inspiring (and helpful) weekly blog posts on Mondays. This Monday Magic gives one an opportunity to check out other great blogs, besides Claire’s. But make sure not to skip over her great content! Find Claire here:
https://painpalsblog.com/ 

While I haven’t had any specific interactions with the Bloggers who write these Blogs, I have found their Blogs to be very informative! I imagine these Bloggers are just as awesome as their content. Check them out!

https://countingmyspoons.com/

http://www.beingfibromom.com/

https://www.achronicvoice.com/

https://februarystars.co.uk/

https://www.chronicmom.com/

If I have forgotten you, please forgive me-it doesn’t necessarily mean I don’t *love* your Blog!! This is a dynamic page and will be updated and added to accordingly! I find and meet great Bloggers every day!  

❤ Stace

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Fighting with Fibro and Living With Purpose. Mom, Wife, Blogger and animal lover. Fighting with Chronic Illness on a minute by minute basis; sometimes winning.

12 thoughts on “The Blogs and Bloggers I Follow as a Chronic Illness Blogger

  1. Very cool Stace! I’ve been on the mend so coming back and reading an intro blog is a welcomed reminder of why I blog! And it was a delight to welcome you, a talented blogger yourself, to the blogging world! Lee Good is a great lady! Her Blogger Directory and Pinterest reaching out to form sharing boards is phenomenal! You will thoroughly enjoy her blogging prompts! I think I follow all but two of the blogs you mentioned. I’ll definitely check them out!!! ~k.

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      1. Nope it’s Lee and Roy Good. They live in Australia. I’ve emailed with Lee many times and she’s read and reviewed my book. It’s confusing because LeRoy is a pretty common name in the states. But I promise you, Lee is a gal! Honest mistake. I really thought the same! I am mending! Time to get back to my tribe! I have missed you all so much! It feels great to be back! 😊

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  2. You are such a beautiful soul and the blogging world is a better place with you in it for the support, thoughts, suggestions, inspiration and compassion you share. This is such a lovely idea, to give a shout-out to other bloggers and introduce readers to other blogs they may not have come across, too. You are incredibly kind to mention me, thank you so much! I don’t know what to say, thank you 🙂
    Caz xxxx

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    1. Awww, nothing to say, Caz. You’re so welcome, I was thrilled to include you. I’ve heard from a couple of people that are newly diagnosed and looking for info & “guidance”. I thought I’d try to point similar readers to great sites to get their info from and start building a support network……naturally, you and your kindness and welcoming needed to be included!! ❤ Stace

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