I am so pleased to be featured on this episode of My Warm Table: A podcast of smart conversations with heart. Hosted by my lifelong friend, the incredibly talented Sonia Nolan, the podcast speaks to eclectic and expert guests on a wide range of topics with warmth and positivity. You can join the My Warm Table Community on Facebook to eat, think, and be merry with some of Perth’s most fascinating and inspirational people.
Sonia introduces our conversation:
Brenda shares her lived experience of migraine and how after much angst she accepted the disability as a constant in her life, finding effective treatments and life work balance.Brenda has established her own productivity consultancy, working on her own terms and also helping others understand the superpowers of migraine.
In the interview I reference the excellent language guide produced by Migraine Australia. If you would like to support people living with migraine by helping to change misperceptions about the disorder please read and share!
Migraine Australia is a national patient advocacy organisation to support all Australians living with migraine. It’s an excellent place to start if you would like to find out more.
You can also read my blog series on “How I’m going to do more yoga and live a better life” where I recount some of my efforts at managing the condition with lifestyle changes or “3 challenges to being reliable when you have a chronic illness”.
Have you found your way to living the life you want while managing a chronic illness? I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments.