Category Archives: multiple sclerosis

Fitness and Invisible Illness

So, if you don’t know that this is National Invisible Chronic Illness Awareness week then you have been hiding under a rock (or not reading my blog on a regular basis).  Each day this week (that I have posted) I have been talking about living with chronic illness.  Today, I wanted to talk about fitnessContinue Reading

Invisible Illness Linky Love

I am enjoying this week of awareness for chronic and invisible illnesses.  I am coming across so many awesome bloggers and fellow chronic illness livers (I hate the word sufferer, FYI) that I have added to my blogroll (and some of which I have invited to be on my MomTV show, hmm, mmm.)  So, IContinue Reading

You may not know..

30 Things About My Invisible Illness You May Not Know 1. The illness I live with is:  multiple sclerosis 2. I was diagnosed with it in the year: January 2008, on my 29th birthday as a matter of fact 3. But I had symptoms since: 2003 4. The biggest adjustment I’ve had to make is: Continue Reading

What Invisible Illness Looks Like…for me

This week is National Invisible Illness Awareness Week.  Today, I am joining hundreds of other bloggers in raising awareness of the millions of people living with chronic illness, 96% of which have “invisible” symptoms. Rather than try to speak for anyone else, I will simply share what living with an invisible illness looks like forContinue Reading

Walking for a cure

So, what can you do to help further awareness and bring us closer to a cure for multiple sclerosis? There are lots of ways you can help: 1. Pray– I know of many people living with MS that need prayer due to the financial and physical difficulties one faces when living with a chronic illness.Continue Reading

My Journey with MS

This is the abridged bloggy version of my journey with multiple sclerosis. If I have left anything out that you would like answered, please feel free to ask questions in the comments section and I will be glad to answer them. In 2003 I began noticing some weird sensations in my body. My left footContinue Reading

What is MS?

It is Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Week! As someone living with MS it is extremely important to me to spread the word and increase awareness. So, for those of you not familiar I will start with a post briefly explaining what MS is. Tomorrow, I will talk about how MS affects me personally. Then, Thursday andContinue Reading

Thankful Thursday- Looking Back

Please visit Grace Alone for more Thankful Thursday posts.Happy, Happy New Year! Today’s theme for Thankful Thursday is “Looking Back”. I believe this is a crucial step to take at the end of a year (or any other transition for that matter). Evaluating, culling through what worked and what didn’t, asking God to bring toContinue Reading