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Lisa Living Life To The Full In Face Of Hidden Illness

Sunday 17 September 2017

 

From Irish newspaper the Fermanagh Herald:

 

Lisa McCabe
Fashion Designer Lisa McCabe
 

Lisa living life to the full in face of hidden illness

By Emma Ryan (e.ryan@fermanaghherald.com)
September 15, 2017
Copyright © 2017 – The Fermanagh Herald. All Rights Reserved.

FASHION designer, entrepeneur, blogger and model Lisa McCabe has built a name for herself in the fashion industry – all while dealing with a 'hidden illness' that affects her life daily.

Lisa McCabe (28) from Enniskillen is a fashion designer with her own brand ‘Nor Lisa Fashion’ who lives with Fibromyalgia – a long term condition that causes pain all over the body.

Lisa has only been diagnosed within the part year, despite feeling the symptoms for seven years.

Lisa explained, “The biggest issue with Fibromyalgia is it’s completely unpredictable which makes it very difficult to arrange your plans.

“Some days I find it hard to get out of bed and get dressed with head-to-toe pain, fatigue, and stiffness – the next day it might only be knee pain.”

 

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