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Poverty At Home (Drawing)

Part of Blog Action Day 2008 Every year in the UK 2 million people become carers. Carers provide unpaid care by looking after an ill, frail or disabled family member, friend or partner. Carers give so much to society yet

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Posted in Art, Artist, Doodle, Drawing, Sketchbook

Chronic Artists – New Blog and Blog Ring

It’s always great to make new connections with other artists and creative types who balance their artistic practice with chronic illness or pain. So I decided to try and set up a blog ring to see if I/we can grow

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Posted in Art, Artist, CFIDS, CFS, chronicallyhappy, M.E.

What is ME/CFS?

It’s a simple question for a complex illness – just what is ME/CFS? When I tried to think of a drawing to do for my post for Blogging for ME/CFS Awareness 2008 I wondered what could I possibly hope to

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Posted in Art, Artist, CFIDS, CFS, Doodle, Drawing, Health, Life, M.E., SelfPortrait, Sketchbook

Blogging for ME/CFS Awareness 2008

For 2009 onwards please visit  ME Aware blog – a central resource for individuals blogging and online activities for ME Awareness 2008 BLOG POST ARCHIVE When you have ME/CFS it can be hard enough to manage basic daily tasks let

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Posted in Art, CFIDS, CFS, Health, M.E.

Rachel Groves, Artist
Lichfield, Staffordshire, UK