In honor of National Health Blog Post Month – we’re featuring health blogs and the bloggers who write them!
[Click the pictures to visit the blogs]
Stick With It Sugar
“I blog about life with multiple kids that have Type 1 Diabetes. I blog because my brain will explode if I don’t and maybe someone with a newly diagnosed child will find something useful in my writing – even if its a giggle. What makes my blog unique? Not sure my blog is very unique – unfortunately there are so many kids and adults with diabetes that diabetes blogs are common (that is fortunate) – yet each offers readers unique experiences and/or stories of struggles that are similar to their own – therefore offering up a sense of normal.”
“I run several different blogs. I plan to split my posts across my blogs, but post at least one post per day. What makes my blog(s) unique? Well… I have multiple medical issues, my husband is a nurse, and our youngest child has autism. So I often see things from the point of view of the patient, the medical professional, AND the caregiver. I am stubborn and I fight hard for myself and others. I believe in remaining hopeful and keeping a positive attitude!”
Kamie in Wonderland
“I blog about my health because it is a way to release my fears, my pain, my hopes, my dreams, and my desires for the future.”