Wordless Wednesday: Living Well joins the wave

There is a movement of sites that use Wednesday as a day to feature their linkup. The post is called Wordless Wednesday to fall in line with the rest of the sites that implement this opportunity to connect. I’ll only do this once a month (unless it really picks up steam) but … Read More

Preliminary results from the Living Well reader survey

We are still really early in the Living Well reader survey process, but really filling these things out is only fun if you can find out what everyone else is saying. So, here’s some inside info as a way to say thanks for helping out Living Well With Epilepsy.  How’d ya find us?Most vistitors are … Read More

Disaboom features articles on epilepsy

Recently, Disaboom, the leading resource for disability information and real-life articles about people with disabilities, approached Living Well With Epilepsy. The folks at Disaboom were looking for help in providing their readers with information on epilepsy. Well, they came to the right place. Check out the new articlesThe Disaboom homepage now features … Read More

March 26 is Purple Day

Get out your purple sweaters, sneakers, jeans and hats, because March 26, 2011 is Purple Day for epilepsy awareness. In honor of the day, (okay, I went a bit early) I’ve posted this mass of purple ribbons as the Living Well background photo. If you aren’t in the loop on this purple thing then … Read More

March Updates at Living Well With Epilepsy

This is a big week for epilepsy awareness. Organizations and individuals that have a stake in epilepsy awareness and research will converge on the National Mall in Washington DC this weekend for the 5th annual National Walk for Epilepsy. In Canada, it is a month of epilepsy awareness leading up to Purple Day on … Read More

Epilepsy organizations it’s time to linkup

It’s time for our second weekly linkup. Last Thursday was the first time we tried this out at Living Well. Thanks to the 10 sites that participated. I hope your sites saw an increase in traffic and some new visitors as a result. Participate again this week. This week I’d like to invite epilepsy organizations all over the world to … Read More

Women’s health and epilepsy

Illustration by Justin Skeesuck For some of us epilepsy is a chronic condition that may last a lifetime. And those of us of the fairer sex have found that epilepsy raises a whole different set of issues. These issues can range from how you feel about yourself to whether or not you … Read More

Thanks to everyone who participated in the Linkup

The epilepsy linkup was a success the first time out of the gate. Thanks to all of you who participated, I hope you saw new visitors as a result. I will run another linkup next Thursday but I hope more epilepsy organizations will take advantage of the opportunity. If you participated, comment … Read More

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