Get to know me
Hey! My name is Camille. I’m an online copywriter for Australian Businesses and also write some of my own blog posts on ‘Weekend Notes‘. Since 2011, I’ve been writing about all kinds of topics that I’m passionate about including music, travel and of course, health. As I got more and more into blogging about Polyarteritis Nodosa, I got tons of emails from people all over the world and that’s when I started to notice. People were actually reading my blog and not only that I was helping them through my blog posts! It’s such a wonderful feeling to know that I’ve been able to touch others through my own experiences – good and bad.
Are you an Autoimmunee?
You don’t have to have an autoimmune disease to be one. You can also be someone who cares for someone who has one; be studying immunology or autoimmune diseases; you might be a medical practitioner. Or you could just be someone who is interested in learning more.
What’s in it for you?
I hope Autoimmunee will become your partner through all things Autoimmune Disease related. This blog is somewhat my everyday diary. Please know that you are not alone in this. I’ll also share with you any lessons I’ve learned so far from personal experiences and from friends with other types of autoimmune diseases. I have lots of great plans and ideas for Autoimmunee and I’m excited for you to join me on this journey. If ever you have any ideas or requests for info/blogs you want to see on Autoimmunee.com please feel free to get in touch with me, I love hearing from readers and making new friends.
Want to know more?
For a brief intro to my story and my autoimmune condition, have a read of a post called: “The Invisible Visitor”. This is one of my earliest posts but I’ll be sharing new posts every week.
Sending you lots of positivity, healing and love,
Disclaimer: Any information on this site is not to be used as a substitute for professional medical opinions. Any tips but should not be considered as medical advice. I recommend you inquire with your own medical team if you have any serious medical issues. This blog serves as a personal recount of my own individual experience.