Angie Ebba

How Disability Made Hiking Better For Me

In what I used to view as the marathon of life, permission to ramble has been one of the greatest gifts disability has given me.

My Body Is Not A Battlefield

Our culture's way of speaking about chronic illness as a 'war' are reductive and self-destructive.

The Stigma Of Fun When You’re Disabled

Why do so many people assume that just because I'm in too much pain to work, I shouldn't be allowed to do anything else?

“Yes, And…”: The Critical Improv Skill That Can Help You Live Life With Chronic Illness To The Fullest

In improv, you're trained to keep building the story, no matter what. I found out firsthand the same skill is important in chronic illness.

Is Marie Kondo and KonMari Compatible With Chronic Illness?

After watching Netflix's new show about the life-changing art of tidying up, I tried it for two weeks to see if it was compatible with my disability. Here's what I learned.