Choose Your Own Adventure: A Day in the Life

Alright, gumshoes! Have you ever considered every decision you make throughout a single day? Neither have I–until those small decisions had the potential to turn into big consequences.

My most recent article for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society is LIVE on their blog and you can read and interact with it by clicking here! It offers a tiny glimpse into a day in the life of someone who lives with a chronic illness and it was inspired by one of my favorite books as a child, starring Carmen Sandiego.

Say…where in the world is she, anyway? 😉


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2 thoughts on “Choose Your Own Adventure: A Day in the Life

  1. Susan Lesperance

    Cat, once again you have provided your readers with great insight into living with MS. By using “Choosing Your Own Adventure” books, you provide something we are familiar with and put it into the context of your MS journey. By understanding that even a simple task such as getting dressed is, for you, based on need rather than by whimsy or how your butt feels that day. Your readers are given a window into your life…and the peek in provides better understanding, more compassion and hopefully inspires them to help in the cause to fund much needed research. Applause applause. Well done YOU!

    On Wed, Jan 11, 2017 at 6:19 PM, It’s Only A Bruise wrote:

    > actsofelegance posted: “Alright, gumshoes! Have you ever considered every > decision you make throughout a single day? Neither have I–until those > small decisions had the potential to turn into big consequences. My most > recent article for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society i” >

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  2. Sally Kuhlman

    Cat, thank you for this eye opening article. You are helping all the individuals reading about your journey to better understand MS and to be more compassionate about their fellow man. When one is healthy, it difficult to understand another individual’s challenges. This is especially true, when their health issue is invisible. You are helping each of us to peek inside your journey with MS in a way that I’ve never seen before. You are helping all of us to become stronger as human beings and to be less judgmental. Thank you for raising awareness in a way that is easy to understand.

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