Lentil Bolognese with Gluten Free Pasta This recipe is an absolute classic! It has been adapted from a lentil ragu recipe I found on the BBC Good Food website so I can’t take any credit for it. The adaptions make it a little more MS friendly. When I first started following the Mediterranean diet, I… Continue reading Lentil Bolognese
So, I have just completed a questionnaire from the amazing ShiftMS forum. All about the future of MS care. Basically the whole questionnaire was asking how I would feel if all the medical MS services I use were to stop being face-to-face and become telephone or online services. To say I was furious was an… Continue reading The Future of MS Care
Before Lockdown 1, 2.0 or 3, before I had all this time to think about life, I hadn't realised how much of myself I have lost since being diagnosed with MS. I'm not even sure how it happened. I suppose I have just been focused, understandably, on dealing with the diagnosis, what this disease means… Continue reading Regaining what was once lost – A Chronic Illness story
I am a naturally anxious person. First day at a new job, going somewhere I am not 100 percent sure where it is, hospital visits, not knowing exactly what to expect, you name it, I will worry about it! Therefore, I didn't really relate anxiety to MS specifically at first. However, after reading comments and… Continue reading Anxiety and Me
During Lockdown, there have been many companies that have given away free resources to keep the morale of the nation up. Hay House Publishing had their Heal Summit back in October 2019, where doctors and holistic healers came together to share teachings and their theories of how to heal your body through avenues other than… Continue reading Hay House Heal Summit – Anthony Williams talk
Hi everyone, it has been a while! Sometimes I can't even believe what has happened. A global pandemic, a deadly virus sweeping the globe, and the Prime Minister actually shutting down shops and schools and telling us we cannot leave the house? It sounds like something from a book...War of the Worlds comes to mind.… Continue reading Living in Lockdown
Whenever I am looking for a new recipe, or wondering what fruit and vegetables are ‘In Season’, the first place I always look is in the free magazines that all of the supermarkets do now. What incredible sources of knowledge they are. I have found many amazing recipes in these magazines. Some of them need… Continue reading Apricot, Pear and Orange Flapjacks
So, don't tell anyone but I can now say that I will be 30 next year! NEXT YEAR! Granted, I need to get 29 out of the way first but still, next year?!?!? The thing that makes me laugh the most is that I do not feel anywhere near like a grown up yet. My… Continue reading #30before30
When does it get too late to be saying ‘Happy New Year’? I am, as always, a little late to the party. Oops. My main resolution this year is to blog more. I was finding before Christmas that MS was all I was thinking about. I was reading about people who weren’t doing so well… Continue reading Happy New Year – 2019!
Here is Part 2 of my A to Z of MS. I really hope it has explained what it is like living with MS and made some of you readers out there feel a little less alone. It was lovely to hear some stories about it via Instagram too.