© Julie LaffinPlanetThrive.com’s newest guest blog post is by Julie Laffin, a Chicago-based performance artist who writes of her struggles with severe chemical sensitivity and advanced neurological lyme disease. Her chemical sensitivity was exacerbated several years ago when she attempted to wash many old mothball-saturated Army blankets in preparation for a performance piece, not realizing that mothballs are essentially pesticide. She has been unable to work since then due to her symptoms and now struggles to reinvent her identity as an artist…read her blog post

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