MS Cognitive Dysfunction and what that means in my life

MS comes with a slew of symptoms. I wouldn’t even try to list all of them because well there’s just too many. And I don’t have the brainpower for that.   I will say that a lot of these symptoms are invisible. Meaning you can’t see them. Which often leaves people doubting us.  Cognitive dysfunction is … More MS Cognitive Dysfunction and what that means in my life

Slow Cooker Dahl

This is a great recipe for those high fatigue or pain days. Not much preparation needed. Ingredients: 2 cups lentils washed and drained 1 onion chopped 4 cloves of garlic diced 1 jalapeno diced 1 sweet potato or butternut squash cubed 1 tbsp coconut oil Salt and pepper to taste 1 tbsp turmeric 1 tbsp … More Slow Cooker Dahl

5 Things You Should Ask Yourself Before You Speak

I think growing up with a disabled mom gave me an understanding of how hurtful judging others for their differences can be. Living with multiple sclerosis and coping with the progression of the disease has made me even more aware of this. A recent personal experience brought forth the emotions this kind of judgment puts … More 5 Things You Should Ask Yourself Before You Speak

It’s all worth it

I had hoped to get back to blogging more regularly but that just hasn’t happened. I thought things would just start flowing again if I didn’t put any pressure on myself or allow myself to feel bad about the fact that words just don’t find me anymore. Thoughts are there. There are things I want … More It’s all worth it

One Lovely Blog Award

  I was nominated for One Lovely Blog Award by Tina at Invisible Illness. Tina shares her personal story living with invisible illnesses in hopes of raising awareness. Through it all she remains positive and chooses to count the blessings in her life.   Rules: Thank the person that nominated you and leave a link to their … More One Lovely Blog Award