Here’s my latest column for the Nelson Mail, ‘My illness finally has a face‘, where I talk about being diagnosed with Ankolysing Spondylitis – inflammatory arthritis in my spine.
This is kind of a part two to my previous piece on body image, health, and feminism. In that piece, I started to look at my beliefs about body image, where Continue Reading →
I think about food a lot. I love food. The fact that that feels like a guilty confession is one of the reasons I want to write about this.
I am exceedingly unkind to myself.
My latest column for the Nelson Mail was about women in politics, and the lack of interest in Nelson as a political region.
This might seem pretty small in the scheme of things, but I want to draw your attention to something that’s been upsetting me for a while. It’s called “GiggleTV.”
Today I found out I have Ankylosing Spondylitis. Arthritis in my spine.
Two days ago I got an email from a very frightened sounding woman. I want to help her. Can you help?
One line might not be enough to build a life on It probably isn’t enough to pay for bread, and milk One line might be the echo, the Continue Reading →
Coconut water, oxygen chambers, rescue remedy, aquajogging, Vitamins A, B, K, and Zinc, more sleep, less sleep, kefir, raw food, cultured food, super greens, no greens, all greens.