We need 'focus' in our everyday lives to achieve our goals or targets. We need self-discipline to stay on track. Our battle with Multiple Sclerosis is a never ending battle and there are very few lulls in the fighting and because of that we need focus more than most. The need for focus begins with little things, with attainable targets. We need 'our little victories' as Claire Mitchell wrote in her recent blog. The longest journey begins with one step. Take the first step and set yourself a target, the second step is to set a route plan to reach the target and the third step is a celebration having reached your goal.
MS & Me
This week blogger Lucina Russell shares her experience of public and private health insurance.
MS is a life-changing event, but so is having children. If MS had not entered Willeke's life, she absolutely would have wanted children.
The View from Here; Opinions from a Life with Multiple Sclerosis:
Employment affects your brain, your mental health, the money in your pocket and life you get to live. This week Emma Rogan discusses the value of work from her perspective and how having something to wake up FOR can transform our lives.
Ah, public transport… Train stations without elevators or escalators; Buses with seats for elderly or disabled people; Crutches or walking sticks you want to throw from the train right into the Irish Sea.
There is something about Mary Baker
On World MS Day 28th May 2014 MS Ireland hosted a one day conference, Living with MS, In Cork.
I took some time to think about my approach to my blog post. “Access” encompasses so many issues it was a little bit daunting to pick one.
Bite Sized Pieces