Category: Living RA

General topics for those living with rheumatoid arthritis


Rheumatoid Arthritis Diet and Exercise

This is a post about my Rheumatoid Arthritis diet and exercises that I use to help alleviate my RA symptoms. It does not constitute medical advice. I am in no way promoting or rejecting treatments available. Please refer to my Disclaimer for further information and please continue to consult a medical professional for your medical conditions. Working out the Rheuma Rheumatoid Arthritis Diet and Exercise […]


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 […]


Working with Rheumatoid Arthritis

Working the Rheuma When you first get your diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis or even when your symptoms start to really effect you, one of the first questions you ask yourself is, ‘how do I continue working with rheumatoid arthritis?’I suppose this all depends on the kind of work you do but generally, even the fatigue alone, will affect your employment in one way or another. […]


Rheumatoid Arthritis and being a mother

The Mother of all Rheumas UPDATED Aug 2020 I thought I’d spend this post discussing rheumatoid arthritis and being a mother. I am a single mother and have 3 children who are 11, 12 and 14 years old. It’s a handful but I have been able to successfully manage my household even with rheumatoid arthritis. Although I am the one with R.A., it has affected […]


ME – Before my RA stories

Rheuma Me Hello there! This post is about… me so you can know a little about the person behind the screen. I am 39 years old, a single mother of 3 and successfully living with Rheumatoid Arthritis. Here is my RA story to add to the many RA stories you will read on my blog. I work full time as a special needs teacher. One […]