Category: Awareness

Although there is a special awareness day and month for Rheumatoid Arthritis Awareness, it is something we should all be doing on a daily basis.


Rheumatoid arthritis and tattoos

This is article regarding rheumatoid arthritis and tattoos is for general purposes only. Please consult your medical professional for medical advice. This post regarding rheumatoid arthritis and tattoos may contain affiliate links, which means I may earn a commission at no extra cost to you if the affiliate links are utilised to make a purchase. I only affiliate with products, services, and merchants that I […]


A day in the life of an RA Warrior

The strength of Rheumas Lately I’ve been reflecting on how much life has changed since my rheumatoid arthritis diagnosis. Consequently, I’ve been thinking about the RA Warrior I am now. This all started on Sunday night. I was standing at my kitchen counter doing what I now do every Sunday night: putting all my medication in my weekly pill boxes. I picked this particular box […]


Multiple Diagnoses with Rheumatoid Arthritis

This post about multiple diagnoses in no way constitutes medical advice. Please refer to my Dislaimer for further information and please continue to consult a medical professional for your medical conditions. Not just Rheumas This week saw a shift in temperature where I live. There’s been a bit more sunshine which has taken the cold chill out of the air. That’s a big deal for […]


Loving someone with Rheumatoid Arthritis

I Love a Rheuma There are so many topics to write about when it comes to living with Rheumatoid Arthritis. There are so many areas that I want to cover. I want to provide something unique to us as warriors living with RA. Doctors don’t understand what we’re going through. They don’t understand what it’s like to live with what we have, they only know […]


Explaining Rheumatoid Arthritis to friends

Sharing Rheumas with friends Fellow rheumatoid arthritis sufferers often ask me to help them with explaining rheumatoid arthritis to friends. It is just as difficult, and sometimes more so, to explain RA to family. There are many women with RA who complain to me that their husband doesn t understand rheumatoid arthritis. They are not alone! Rheumatoid arthritis is an invisible illness so you often […]


Rheumatoid Arthritis Forum

The Rheuma Room Thousands flock to The Rheuma Mill each month so I’ve created this space, this rheumatoid arthritis forum for you! This is YOUR room! Journaling my experiences with RA has been THE most therapeutic thing for me. I don’t really have anyone to talk to about his disease and chat rooms are limiting but writing is limitless. This rheumatoid arthritis forum is open […]