Good news! My blog was named as one of Healthline‘s Best Rheumatoid Arthritis Blogs of 2015. I’m slide #4 on the list: http://www.healthline.com/health-slideshow/best-rheumatoid-arthritis-blogs#4
Thank you so much to everyone who reads my blog and supports me and what I do! I’m forever grateful for the wonderful friends I’ve met through my little blog and for being part of the online RA and patient advocacy communities.
Well, this is a nice surprise! About a week ago I received an email announcing that my blog has been chosen as one of healthline.com‘s best rheumatoid arthritis blogs of 2013.
Check out the other 19 blogs that were chosen, in no particular order:
The 20 Best Rheumatoid Arthritis Health Blogs of 2013
The Pfizer summit today was really excellent – professional, well-organized, interesting, FUN! It was exciting and inspiring having the chance to meet and talk with other bloggers as well as the people from Pfizer and Twist Marketing. Everyone has been so warm and welcoming and just really a pleasure to talk to and work with during this event. I’m impressed. This is obviously not a very long or detailed update, but I wanted to write something quick before I fall into a sleep coma (exhausted). I just got back to my hotel after taking a little stroll around Times Square tonight with two awesome young women bloggers from the summit. They’re both flying back home tomorrow which I’m bummed out about, but hopefully we will keep in touch and we can meet up again soon. I happily have a feeling that there’s a pretty good chance of that. SO –breakfast with the ladies tomorrow morning…maybe the MoMA with Britt, AKA The Hurt Blogger? I’m kind of just “winging it” while I’m out here, but that’s okay, and actually pretty fun.
More soon – I promise!
Hello from NYC!
This is just a quick first post because I’m running late (as always). I arrived here yesterday for a rheumatoid arthritis blogging/social media summit organized by Pfizer. Today is the actual event (in five minutes!) and we’ll be heading over to Pfizer’s headquarters. Last night we had a really nice dinner and I got to meet some of the other people who are here for the summit – a group of fantastic ladies! I’m excited to talk with them again today and to hear more of their own arthritis stories and what they’re doing regarding arthritis advocacy and social media outreach.
So – now I have four minutes to run downstairs at my hotel to meet the group. Better go! I will definitely post again later today/tonight. If I don’t die from heat/sweat stroke. 90+ degrees again today?
I still can’t believe I’m finally here, seeing New York City for the first time.
If anybody’s interested, here’s the lifescript.com article about women RA bloggers:
“Rheumatoid Arthritis Blogs: Tips from Women Who’ve Been There”
I’m on page 4 with the bad crazy-hair photo.