Gentle People with Flowers in Their Hair: My Trip to San Francisco

Traveling with MS, for me right now, isn't terribly inconvenient. As long as I make sure I carry snacks and water, plan out activities with naps and recovery time factored in, pack clothing that's appropriate for a wide range of weather, and ensure that I have refrigeration for my medication, I'm all set. Easy! I'd …

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 A Review of “Just Jen” by Jen Powley

Last week, I had the honor of being contacted by Jen Powley, an amazing and inspiring woman who has spent nearly her entire lifetime battling an aggressive form of progressive multiple sclerosis. She is a quadriplegic, is catheterized, and is on a feeding tube. She had the opportunity to write a memoir and asked if …

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Gotta Make Cupcakes: A Tour Through MS Treatments I’ve Tried

I get a lot of questions about the medications I've been on, and it's certainly a laundry list. These are only my unique experiences and I do not have any sort of medical background. Just because many of these treatments didn't work for me, that doesn't mean they won't for you! This post is written more like a …

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