What makes me PsoStrong

What makes me PsoStrong

As you can see, over the last year, the frequency of posts on my site has dwindled.

Why is that?

Well, it’s because of numerous factors. . .

  1. I was able to get off disability completely and get back to work! (YES!)
  2. I’ve been writing for many other online publications and, at the end of the day, my hands hurt. So instead of pushing my body past where it should go, I have forgone my own blog.

BUT, just because there are a lack of posts on this blog, DOESN’T mean I’m slacking in the patient advocacy department. In fact, I’m pumping out more content and contributing now more than ever.

In saying that, I want to call your attention to a few posts that have recently published. I was approached a few months back to write for a site called PsoStrong. It’s geared towards patients living with psoriatic disease. AND all the bloggers on the site have psoriasis and/or psoriatic arthritis themselves.

The list of bloggers is impressive – Alisha Bridges, Howard Chang, Brenda Kong, Jonathan Scott, and myself.

To date (of this post publishing), I’ve had a few posts publish and have many more scheduled to hit the site in the next year to come. I’d love for you to check them out and let me know what you think.

I’m particularly interested in getting your thoughts on this article the most: What Makes Me PsoStrong? 

psoSTRONG™ – Julie Cerrone – What Makes Me PsoStrong?

Psoriasis can take a physical and emotional toll on a person. It can be frustrating, stressful, and even lead to depression in some cases. For those reasons and more, we created psoSTRONG™ – an online destination intended to uplift and empower people dealing with the challenges of living with psoriasis.

In the comments below, I’d love to hear what makes YOU psostrong?!

 

And, make sure to check out the following posts as well:

psoSTRONG™ – Julie Cerrone – 5 Ways to Incorporate Mindfulness into Your Day

Psoriasis can take a physical and emotional toll on a person. It can be frustrating, stressful, and even lead to depression in some cases. For those reasons and more, we created psoSTRONG™ – an online destination intended to uplift and empower people dealing with the challenges of living with psoriasis.

psoSTRONG™ – Julie Cerrone – 3 Ways To Get More Vitamin L In Your Daily Diet

Psoriasis can take a physical and emotional toll on a person. It can be frustrating, stressful, and even lead to depression in some cases. For those reasons and more, we created psoSTRONG™ – an online destination intended to uplift and empower people dealing with the challenges of living with psoriasis.


I’m looking forward to sharing the rest of my posts with you as they publish.

In the meantime, head over to the PsoStrong Facebook page and give it a follow! Then you’ll see all the new posts as they come 🙂

 

Wishing You A Pain Free Day!

Julie Cerrone, Certified Holistic Health Coach, Yoga Instructor, Patient Empowerer, Autoimmune Warrior (Psoriatic Arthritis), Avascular Necrosis, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome | itsjustabadday.com

  • Rebecca Braglio HU

    Love this post. As someone who has a chronic condition and is also a blogger, I find it incredibly difficult to keep up to date on my blog. I’m currently off of disability also and working (yay) and when I come home from work the last thing I feel like doing is getting back on a computer….and when you’re mentally and physically fatigued from a full work day it’s hard to do anything but lay on the couch.