Latest by Sara Nash

You've Come A Long Way, Baby

A year ago, shortly after Sara was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis, there were few things she could do without a lot of pain. A year (and a few prescriptions) later, she has regained a lot of strength and movement and has learned to live with RA ...

Rheumatoid Arthritis Did Not Make Me More Virtuous

(Excerpted from The Single Gal’s Guide to Rheumatoid Arthritis) Sara learns that having rheumatoid arthritis did not turn her into “the lovely, ideal version” of herself that she’s always wanted to be. But she learned to have fun trying! Illustrated ...

Just A Pill-popping Gal Who Likes to Shoot Up

(Excerpted from The Single Gal’s Guide to Rheumatoid Arthritis) Sara deals with taking Plaquenil and giving herself Enbrel injections – and the occasional creepy reaction at the injection site. Illustrated by Jane Samborski. Read the full text of “Ju...

Sara's Rheumatoid Arthritis Diagnosis Dilemma

Healthy yoga instructor and young professional went from Sara-being-tested-for-a-possible-illness to Sara-newly-diagnosed-RA-patient. She had to figure out who to tell, how to tell them and, finally, how to reconcile her own new identity. Illustrated ...

My Diagnosis Dilemma

See the accompanying comic illustrated by Jane Samborski Right after I got tested for the first time to find out what was ailing me, I went out for brunch downtown with a friend of mine from yoga and meditation class. Over coffee and French toast, I ...