Getting craftier in March
I belong to the Chronic Illness Bloggers Network, but you might not know it. I haven’t posted about my life with MS for quite a while.
An opportunity to take time for yourself.
Is this the new normal?
Last November, I wrote a post about my on and off relationship with yoga. I mentioned this book: Adaptive Yoga Moves Any Body (Created for individuals with MS and neuromuscular conditions). Here’s my overview of the book. Why this book? The book’s author, Mindy Eisenberg, has been a yoga instructor and therapist since 2004. Her […]
Regular exercise is important for many reasons. It’s especially crucial to stay active if you have a chronic illness.
This heat wave is reminding me that I have MS. It’s not that I forget I have the disease. I remember it every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday when I take my Copaxone injection. I remember it when I’m walking around the gym on wobbly legs. You get the picture. My mild disability makes itself known […]
When I attended UT Martin for undergrad, I went to plays and student recitals a lot. I need to go back to doing that. It would certainly inform my art and writing. It would definitely enrich my spirit! I am lucky to live in Bloomington, Indiana. It’s the home of Indiana University where you’ll find […]
I’ve cooked too much food over the course of the last two or three months. I blame my Instant Pot. Yes, it’s as wonderful as everyone says it is, but all of the recipes I tried were designed to feed the family. I am but one woman with a husband who refuses to eat the […]
I’m always on the lookout for information about Multiple Sclerosis. Recently, I found Dr. Aaron Boster’s YouTube channel. Boster is a clinical neuroimmunologist specializing in multiple sclerosis (MS). He is based at OhioHealth in Columbus, OH. Here’s a recent video from Dr. Boster about MS symptoms. He explains how one symptom can effect other symptoms. […]