Amidst all this unrest, uncertainty, and periods of boredom while practicing social distancing and self-quarantining, why not add another podcast to your playlist? That’s right, my friends—after a brief hiatus from recording myself speak, I’m very happy to announce that I’ve launched a brand-new podcast, which I’ve decided to call “The Phunky Diabetic Podcast” after […]Read More I’ve launched a brand-new podcast, people! Check it out!!
I realize it’s Easter and not Thanksgiving, but today is a major holiday in the U.S., and the first major holiday we’ve all been forced to spend while practicing self-quarantining and social distancing. It also makes for Day 15 of my COVID-19-positive journey, which is why I’ve spent my morning reflecting on where I’m at […]Read More A Thankful Easter Sunday
Hello, all! Sorry it’s been a hot minute since my last post (6.5 months, to be exact), but I’ve had a lot of things going on health-wise and I’ve been busy getting my memoir finalized and ready for publication. On that note, check out the beautiful cover design that my longtime friend and former Penn […]Read More COVID-19 and T1D
Article Published in RI Bar Journal, Your Moral Imperative To Routinely Practice Self-CareRead More Article Published in RI Bar Journal
Click here to check out my latest Medium.com article, entitled: “Don’t Be Afraid To Say What You Don’t Know…You Know?Read More My Article on Self-Improvement
“How I Managed To Shorten My Lifespan By Pursuing My Goals”Read More Check Out My First Published Article On Medium!
Hey there, friends! I hope you’ll take a listen to the latest podcast episode from “Hammer Time with Nikki and Kate: A Disabled Lawyer and a Personal Trainer Walk into a Podcast.” In it, I talk a lot about the power and influence medical professionals have over our lives; the importance of putting advanced care […]Read More Listen to my latest podcast episode, “Being Your Own Health Care Advocate”
My fears about my upcoming neurosurgeryRead More Life Unfinished
By: Katherine Itacy, Esq. Dated: March 4, 2018 It’s been a long, long journey since I started feeling the symptoms of my spinal disorder in December of 2015. Since then, I’ve retired from my job (today, actually), gone through a number of painful medical procedures and nauseating pain meds, lost a good deal of mobility […]Read More The Importance of Finding People Who “Get It”
By: Katherine Itacy, Esq. Dated: December 12, 2017 I grew up thinking that I had fatefully (and narrowly) escaped paralysis. As my mother has relayed to me time and time again, in early 1988, she noticed that I was complaining of lower back pain. Since I had been born with Spina Bifida and a lipoma […]Read More The Mindfuck that Comes with Adjusting to a Debilitating Disability