Jess' cat, Adora, sitting on the floor and gazing at the camera. A poster with the Healp.Co logo is peeking out from underneath her.

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Interview for the Warrior Weekly Spotlight with Kate Forbes

Podcast episode with Mason Milne from Crohn’s & Autism Awareness Advocate

Podcasts

Black and white photo of Jess in her makeshift recording studio.
Living Authentically With Chronic Illness (podcast episode with the Australian Medical Students’ Assocation)

Personal Stories

The Love What Matters Logo, an artistic, water colour heart.
‘My teachers put me down, and friends drifted away. Without a diagnosis I was an anomaly.’: Woman diagnosed with HSD, other chronic illness urges ‘take your loved ones seriously if they say they’re unwell’
(My story on Love What Matters)
The Astro Ulagam logo.
My advice to people with disabilites on Astro Ulagram (originally written for The Unique You)

Ambassadorships

The Healp.Co logo
Healp.Co. is social networking site connecting people with a wide range of physical and mental health conditions, they participate in numerous global awareness campaigns to discuss the stigma and systemic issues facing our community, as well as publishing crowd sourced health information that may help our users.
The CycleSoother is a re-usable, drug-free device for period pain relief that I have personally benefited from. Read my full review here, and use code delicatelittlepetal for 10% off!

Creative

The Wishbone Words issue 3 cover image. A purple background with a whimsical girl in a cream coloured dress, holding a giant spoon.
My poem Visible Illness, written for the third issue of Wishbone Words.