Mom Guilt

For the first ten years of my life, I was raised by a single mom who worked full time and went to school full time to earn her Masters. She had to miss most of our school functions that took place during the workday but always took us to get 25 cent hamburgers on a…

Christmas In July

The best thing happened today! I scored a video game that my kid has wanted for awhile with a great deal from an early Amazon Prime Day deal. One of my favorite responses when someone asks me where I got something, is to tell them about the deal I scored on it. I’m not sitting…

With MS, There Is Always A Cost

If you or someone you know lives with MS, you probably don’t need me to point out that Multiple Sclerosis is a very expensive disease to have. According to the National MS Society, medications, particularly DMT’s, also known as Disease Modifying Therapies, which are used to try to slow your disease progression down are billed…

May 30- World MS Day

World MS Day is celebrated on May 30th every year. (It’s different than MS Awareness week/month in March. I think that is maybe celebrated (is that the right word? Are we really celebrating? haha) in the U.S. Anyway, wear orange. It’s the official color of Multiple Sclerosis. Can I tell you a silly story? I…

MSfit Travel Log- Packing Edition

At almost 40, I traveled all by myself, for the first time ever, in my life. I love to travel! I just usually travel with family or friends. I was invited by the National MS Society to attend their Newly Engage MS Activist Workshop, in person, and in Washington D.C.! (Separate post on that later!)…

Walk MS is Back in Person Baby!!

WalkMS events are happening all over the US and are returning to in person participation all over the US. Our Walk was about 3 weeks ago now. It seemed like there were less people walking than usual but it was still well attended. Our site raised over $60,000! The National MS Society raises funds through…

The ADA List

March is MS Awareness month. Where are our cocktails, or gold stickers if you’re under 21? I’m sharing the following insider knowledge on the off chance that you’re new to the MS Club or any other Club that requires Disabled Access. I took my daughter to her first show. It was incredible! We went to…

Covid Exhaustion

Back when my world shut down on March 12, 2020 we decided to pull our kids out of school to help keep me safe because my neurologist told me not to leave my house and not to interact with other people because if I caught Covid, he was certain it would be a very hard…

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