About the Blog
Welcome to Incurable – a blog about living well with chronic illness. You may be thinking, doesn’t the word “incurable” seem a bit depressing? And maybe you're right. But this blog isn’t only about incurable illness. It’s also about incurable curiosity, a zest for life and an insatiable appetite for new experiences.
On Incurable, you’ll see stories about my own and others’ experiences with chronic illness, but you’ll also find inspiration, workouts, recipes, product reviews and anything else that makes life with chronic illness a little bit brighter.
If you live with a chronic illness and would like to share your story, please email me, and don’t forget to subscribe!
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About The Blogger
Maggie Morehart is a wellness blogger who loves dogs, the outdoors and tea. A native of Findlay, Ohio, Maggie went to The University of Findlay (after a short detour through Kentucky) and graduated with a BA in English. While in school, she was an active member of Sigma Kappa sorority and the editor of the yearbook.
After college, Maggie earned her ACE personal trainer certification and began working in the fitness industry. She eventually took on a leadership role in a growing fitness franchise and added the RRCA race director certification to her resumé. In 2018, she made a career change to focus on race management and more creative pursuits, while also prioritizing her health.
In her spare time, Maggie enjoys running and hiking with her rescue pup Harper, reading nonfiction and brewing the perfect cup of tea. She also offers freelance services through Right Brain Creative Content, a copywriting, content creation and consulting service she founded in 2018.
Maggie has written for other popular sites, including Breaking Muscle and The Mighty. Her fitness background combined with multiple diagnoses (including migraine disease and endometriosis) have given her a unique perspective on health and wellness, which she hopes to share through her blog.