Hi! Been a while, friend. You haven’t seen me on the blog or YouTube because I’ve been a bit busy writing my book (!!!) which is now complete and will publish on September 1. I’ll be posting more information about that soon!
In the meantime, I wanted to share a bit of the medical stuff I’ve been going through this summer in an effort to share with anyone who has been going through anything similar. I know there are many of you who have systems that don’t seem to cooperate, who are in a lot of pain, who are constantly exhausted, who seem to be sensitive to absolutely everything – heat, food, noise, whatever else. Consider me your guinea pig. Continue reading “Eastern vs. Western Medicine”
If you’ve been privy to my little section of the internet for a while, you’re familiar with my old blog Who Made You Great, where I talk to people who are great at what they do about who helped them get there. If you’re not familiar, there are some really awesome interviews with people like Christine Edwards, Manager of the Bungie Foundation, D.R.E.S. the BEATnik, underground concierge and host extraordinaire (who you 100% know if you live in Atlanta), and Danni Washington, founder of The Big Blue and You, show host, and mermaid. They all live here on LalaJackson.com now, although I’m in the process of transferring all of the old interviews over (sit tight!). Continue reading “Make Yourself Great | The Art of Asking & Steal Like an Artist”
You wouldn’t know how much I truly enjoy the craft of writing by how much I put it off. The next 7,000 words – chapters three and four – of my book manuscript are due on Tuesday. My intention was to start on them this past Tuesday. It is now Saturday morning. I have not started.
Instead, I have Continue reading “This is me not writing my book.”
And just in case you need some background on this spoonie thing, here you go!
As I develop content for my book, publishing in September 2016, you’re going to keep hearing me refer to this thing called a “spoonie.” Nope, not a trekkie. Not some weird reference to cuddling. It’s a way people with chronic disease describe ourselves, and here’s why. Continue reading “Have no idea what I’m talking about when I say ‘spoonie’?”