About The Network

Chronic Illness Bloggers is a network for those who blog about chronic illness. All chronic illnesses are welcome here and we aim to create a supportive community for bloggers, where we can share ideas, blogging tips and brand collaborations. For

Businesses

Are you a business that is seeking to share your product or service with the chronic illness market? Whether you are seeking to reach the disabled/ chronic illness market in general, or those with a specific illness, we can help.

Bloggers

Do you have a blog focused on chronic illness? Whether you focus on a single chronic illness or your blog aims to help those with any chronic illness, we want you!* (*Please see below for minimum requirements to join.) Chronic

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Blogger of the Week

  • Blogger of the Week: Kirsty at ‘Kirsty Ralph’

    Each week we are highlighting a different Chronic Illness Bloggers’ member as our ‘Blogger of the Week‘. As well as getting to know each other better, we hope that you enjoy this series and that you find the interviews with each member to be insightful and helpful. This week our blogger of the week is Kirsty of Kirsty Ralph. 1. Tell us a little about yourself. I am a 24 year old shy and sometimes reserved until I get to know the person more. I am loyal to a fault. I love music and I am tenpin bowler! 2. What

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What our clients are saying…

Mednexus

We had a great experience working with Chronic Illness Bloggers. Julie Ryan was very professional and effective at connecting us with the right bloggers. The quality of the sponsored posts we received was excellent, and we will definitely work with them again.    

Co-Founder & CEO, MedNexus

DineSafe App

Want to thank you for a great experience in working with Chronic Illness Bloggers. First, it helped me see how others saw our work from the outside in and I found it very validating of all the hard work we have done to get the DineSafe app out there on our own, wondering if it

Owner, DineSafe App, http://www.dinesafeapp.com

#selfcaremvmt

Julie was a pleasure to work with, and she made it really easy for us to launch a new and very successful blogging campaign.

FibroCane

Julie has done an outstanding job of identifying, contacting, and cultivating a vast network of thought leaders who understand firsthand the challenges of living with fibromyalgia and other chronic conditions. The valuable connections she makes come from her compassionate understanding for what it means to live with FMS. Accessing Chronic Illness Bloggers network has further

http://www.fibrocane.com

ProHealth

Working with Chronic Illness Bloggers has provided an opportunity for us to connect with outstanding writers in the Fibromyalgia, ME/CFS and chronic illness community. Julie Ryan curated a list of targeted bloggers for our specific campaign, facilitated communication and ensured that everything ran smoothly. We look forward to working with her again on additional projects.

http://www.prohealth.com

What our bloggers say…

Donna Burch, Fed Up With Fatigue

"I think the Chronic Illness Bloggers network is a win-win-win for everyone. The companies who use the network get great exposure for their products and services because they’re able to reach a targeted audience of people living with chronic illness. My blog’s readers win because they’re introduced to new products and services that might be

Blogger, http://www.fedupwithfatigue.com

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I am absolutely thrilled to be included in this group so that I have the opportunity to try these products and write about them in my own voice. I never would have had the chance to try just a fraction of these things if I were not part of Chronic Illness Bloggers.

http://thesickandthedating.com

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Chronic Illness Bloggers came about right when I was ready to take my blog to the next level--and after just a few months it's empowered me to go further than I ever expected in such a short time! The opportunities I've had, connections I've made, and resources I've been pointed towards are absolutely priceless. Thanks,

http://www.spoonieliving.com

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I have had my blog, Chronically Kristin, for a few years now. Up until recently, it has not been updated or networked as well as I should have been doing. Being a part of Chronic Illness Bloggers has been amazing so far. Not only is it a great network of fellow chronic illness individuals, but

blogger, http://kristinmariecoppens.com/

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Chronic Illness Bloggers is a fabulous network! It makes the experience of chronic illness blogging a less isolated one by connecting people around the globe writing similar blogs. Julie is also fantastic at discussing with relevant brands and creating opportunities for us all to review products that are relevant to our chronic illnesses, which benefits

Blogger, http://jesscfs.blogspot.com

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    Each week we are highlighting a different Chronic Illness Bloggers’ member as our ‘Blogger of the Week‘. As well as getting to know each other better, we hope that you enjoy this series and that you find the interviews with The post Blogger of the Week: Kirsty at ‘Kirsty Ralph’ appeared first on Chronic Illness […]
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    Each week we are highlighting a different Chronic Illness Bloggers’ member as our ‘Blogger of the Week‘. As well as getting to know each other better, we hope that you enjoy this series and that you find the interviews with The post Blogger of the Week: Katie at ‘Katie Cupcake Life With ME’ appeared first […]
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    Each week we are highlighting a different Chronic Illness Bloggers’ member as our ‘Blogger of the Week‘. As well as getting to know each other better, we hope that you enjoy this series and that you find the interviews with The post Blogger of the Week: Stacey at ‘Fibromyalgia and ME’ appeared first on Chronic […]
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    Each week we are highlighting a different Chronic Illness Bloggers’ member as our ‘Blogger of the Week‘. As well as getting to know each other better, we hope that you enjoy this series and that you find the interviews with The post Blogger of the Week: Tania at ‘When Tania Talks’ appeared first on Chronic […]
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