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…
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
Have you just been diagnosed with MS? Are you in the process of being diagnosed? It can feel really overwhelming at first, but I can honestly say from someone several years down the line, it will be ok. I mean, YES, you are in for a change and some of those changes may not be … Continue reading Just diagnosed…?
My hair is falling out I don't mean normal strands in the shower, I mean lots of hair. I had noticed more hair coming out in my hair brush maybe last year or the year before, but my hair was still really thick, curly and shiny, so I wasn't too concerned. Then more recently, it … Continue reading A hairy issue