Why pharmacies are an integral part of healthcare teams

Why pharmacies are an integral part of healthcare teams

Tuesday, July 8, my pharmacy burned down. It happened early in the morning, so no one was injured. According to these two news reports, arson is almost a definite. No medical records were lost, but nothing physical is salvageable except the building itself. I, probably like many other people in my community, had absolutely no … Continue reading »

Miss Migraine heads to Camp (NaNoWriMo)

Miss Migraine heads to Camp (NaNoWriMo)

Last week I wrote about how I achieve my goals with a constant migraine. But sometimes even having processes and routines in place that support achievement aren’t quite enough to help me through rough patches, so I turn to tools and networks of support for help. Enter National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo. Many of … Continue reading »

The New Miss Migraine

Three weeks ago I announced some changes would be coming to this blog. Today they have arrived. Take a look around. You will notice: A set posting schedule. Posts will go up every Wednesday morning. If I can’t make that deadline, you’ll hear about it. Name change from “Miss Migraine: The Adventures of a Girl … Continue reading »

The Future of Miss Migraine

In a few weeks, this blog will undergo a few adjustments to its name, look, and feel, and I will announce a regular posting schedule. Exciting right? Well, I’m excited. I’ve let Miss Migraine languish while I finished my MFA and adjusted to my new full-time work schedule, and I’m itching to rev it up … Continue reading »

Miss Migraine, MFA; or, Now what?

Miss Migraine, MFA; or, Now what?

Earning my master of fine arts in creative writing didn’t go the way I envisioned. I didn’t graduate when I planned, I didn’t take all the classes I wanted to, and I didn’t study with all the professors I’d hoped to. My constant migraines upended many of my plans, but there were other factors: my … Continue reading »