Elizabeth was diagnosed with migraine at age 9 and became chronic at age 30. She has recently accepted and made peace with her illness, striving to live as fully and deliberately as possible. She blogs at LadyMigraine.com and created the visual art journal Migraine365 with her partner and caregiver husband, as well as publishing two Kindle books called The Migraine Diaries. She works from home for the regional journalism website BG Independent News, is an enthusiastic advisory board and stage crew member for her daughters’ dance and theatre productions, and is an occasional volunteer at her local history museum.
Click here to see all of Elizabeth’s posts and entries on migraine.com.