writer, artist, adaptive yoga teacher - chronically ill and probably crazy

Welcome! Over the coming months, this website will begin the transformation to become the online hub of all my work, including writing, art, and adaptive yoga. I’ve struggled to bring this together because it feels vulnerable, scary, and sometimes painful as someone who’s been chronically ill and probably crazy for over 30 years! I’ve spent a lot of time and energy over the years trying to conceal what I perceived as my flaws.

However, I believe we can only heal if we learn to accept our selves and tell our story with love, compassion and authenticity. It’s only then that we can truly share healing with others. If you’d like to help me change the story after you’ve spent some time here, please head over to visit my Patreon. You can support my work for as little as $2 a month. Thank you!

With love,
me

About Jane

Jane Waterman

Hi, I’m Jane! I create blogs, fiction, art, and adaptive yoga in an attempt to find peace and healing in this strange and sometimes beautiful world. I’ve been chronically ill & probably crazy for 30 years, but I try not to let it stop me!

You can read a bit more about me here.

From the blog

big picture

It’s with a feeling of quiet achievement and sadness that I continue putting my Patreon and my website together. The achievement feels quiet because everything takes longer. Sometimes, it feels like I’m writing and developing the website through a sheet

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expectations

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forgiveness

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an interior life

  December 11, 2019 I wake, tired and nauseous, knowing I will have to go back to bed to get more rest. A few broken hours of sleep won’t cut it. But I come from the shower – the heat

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objective fatigue scale

Hello Dear Ones, To those of you who deal with fatigue on an ongoing basis, the phrase objective fatigue scale might create cognitive dissonance. I get it. However, when I talk to Carmen (my dear wife) about how tired I

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sanity

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