I do online shopping for my groceries each week now... for good reason There was a time when I used to love going to the supermarket and being able to browse the isles, picking up additional odds and ends, grabbing bargains and reduced items. There were days when I loved the 'big shop' and we … Continue reading The supermarket
It seems MS has a crafty capability of being able to helping you lose friends that you thought were pretty solid, and gain friends from places you never expected. When I was first diagnosed, all of my friends were really shocked and incredibly supportive (at first...) I don't think that many of them had much … Continue reading Friends into strangers & strangers into friends
Found such a nice thing in Starbucks today... Think I might give this a whirl throughout the festive season?! Will you join me?!
I don't often wear makeup, mainly because I don't have that many 'spoons' and need to use them on other things, and also because it seems to hurt my eyelashes for some reason (any advice on this welcome) Anyway, on the occasions when I have worn makeup (yesterday being one of them) - I have … Continue reading The makeup mask…
You might remember me posting about the EMSP MS at Work Webinar that is happening tomorrow at 12 midday CET. Thought I would send a reminder and provide links for more information and details on how to join. Expert Graham Halsey is a return to work expert and will be talking about how MSers can … Continue reading MS at Work Webinar Update
Each year, it comes to around this time and I am filled with a sense of dread. Whilst the majority of MSers were thrilled with the declining heat as we moved from the summer into the autumn, I was reluctant to wave goodbye to my thin tops and sandals. I am now readying myself for … Continue reading Winter blues
So, since being diagnosed I have been asked on several occasions to rate my quality of life in various ways using a series of questions on a scale of 1 to 5... I am sure you are familiar with the questions I am talking about. They ask about things such as how you generally feel … Continue reading The sliding scale