Join me as I embark on the 30-Day Song Challenge! Continue reading 30 Day Song Challenge: Day 0
I was extremely disappointed after my last post. I was then faced with a choice of either sticking only with my Cricket blog or examine what I wanted from my new blog. I was more than a person who is interested in writing and who is an epileptic. Living with epilepsy is a multifaceted journey … Continue reading Purple Day: Perfect Weather to Set Sail Again.
I named my first blog Soans Times as it was supposed to chronicle my views on topics that were of interest to me which I thought would provide valuable insight to others. The idea I had at that time was that of creating a site that possibly looked like a newsletter. I am a macro … Continue reading Why I Chose the Name Epileptic Writer.
More than words are necessary to make a difference for people with epilepsy. I have started a Continue reading More Than Words
Having epilepsy which is now under control has given me a deep desire to raise awareness about epilepsy through writing. Continue reading Purple Day: The Responsibility Of Making a Difference.
Mental health awareness has increased but is still a taboo. The important thing to remember is that you are not alone. Continue reading Mental Health in the Work Place
Steph and Dom’s documentary on their son has brought the issue of cannabis for medicinal purposes up again. There are however a lot of other people who do not get the attention they need. Continue reading Steph and Dom: Can Cannabis Save My Son?
Nocturnal Jerks have been commonplace for me for most of my life. I have not had it for some time. It came back like a thief in the night. Well, it snuck on me when I dozed off after a really nice Christmas lunch. I do not know what brought the sudden onset but the … Continue reading Nocturnal Jerks: A Friendly Reminder
If you have epilepsy then remember that you are not alone. There is a strong community behind each and everyone of us. Continue reading You Are Not Alone
I have decided to focus on a few topics rather than being a generalist. A macro view on micro topics. Continue reading Rebranding: From Macro to Micro Writing