The entire LupusChick team is excited to announce this Fall’s College Stipend award is now open! This season’s award is in honor of Ivy Ann Shapiro, 39, of Clermont, Florida (formerly of Sunrise, Florida), who passed away on June 21, 2019, due to complications from Lupus and other auto-immune diseases. Ivy was a true Lupus […]
Photo from Rarebeauty.com, the new makeup brand from Selena Gomez In January of 2020, Selena Gomez released Rare, her 3rd full-length album. Debuting at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, Gomez said the album was composed of “the most honest music [she’s] ever made.” In the years leading up to the album release, the singer […]
High school and college years are challenging enough without throwing a chronic illness into the mix. It is during these years that you are branching out, learning more about yourself, experiencing new things, making new friendships, and creating a path to your career, relationships and more. For anyone, it can be a time filled with […]
If you keep telling yourself you’re not good enough, I want to share two important messages with you: You are enough. You’re not alone. Feeling like you’re not good enough is a symptom of the human condition. It’s something every human thinks and feels at some point (or at many points) in their life, whether […]
Quick and nutrient dense snacks are crucial for a chronically ill body – here are three to try.
If you’re thinking about bringing an animal into your life to help you manage your illness or emotional needs, it’s important to know the difference between a service dog vs emotional support dog. While both are helpful, they fill very different roles, and the rules and laws of access for one can be very different […]