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Getting Involved

support worker

Over my seven years of working as a support worker, I had the privilege of sharing my time with several amazing individuals who lived with Progressive MS.

Reflecting upon this period in my life, I am flooded with emotions and memories of the fantastic people that I spent time with on a...

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I thought I'd try something a little bit different for my latest blog, and post a Q&A session with an Australian musician, Marie Wilson, who is collaborating with the MS Community to create a 'Song4MS', and raise funds for MS Research Australia...

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Peer Support

When my Dr and I discussed the possibility that I may have Multiple Sclerosis, I went home and started searching for answers. My search led me to a website for people with MS, created and managed by someone with MS themselves. This website provided me the...

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If you’ve read some of my earlier posts, you have probably figured out by now I like puns and playing around with words. If not, see here, here and...

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Monkey bars

I'm currently percolating on a number of half-written blog posts, but school holidays (and three munchkins!) have stood in the way of their completion. Hopefully they will develop beyond embryo status and become fully formed in the near future.

In the interim, I'm posting a collage of my...

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Tough Mudder

Over the course of the last few years, I must have sustained some sort of permanent brain damage. Why else have I just committed to “ploughing through thick scrub, overcome thigh crunching mud and navigating my way through unrelenting bush, all the while conquering our most hardcore obstacle...

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My MS Victory

It's been a loooooooooong week, so I'm cheating and posting the entry I submitted to the #MyMSVictory competition.

My MS Victory is recognising:

  1. HOW to make it through the day...
  2. WHEN to call it a day...
  3. WHAT doesn't matter...
  4. and WHO does!
  5. ...
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