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Mindfullness

This time last year I was still reeling from the new diagnosis. New Year’s Day came and went without a second thought to resolutions, either lofty or less ambitious. However after the proverbial dust settled, over the course of 2015, I turned my attention inwards and spent some time...

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Iris

What do you do when you see a study purporting to show that a particular activity or lifestyle choice is associated with improved outcomes for people with MS?  Are you the first to give it a go?  Or have you perhaps become a bit jaded after reading too many (sometimes contradictory) suggestions...

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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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In my last blog I talked about the ‘What ifs’ and it was great to hear positive feedback both here on the Uninterrupted blog, and on twitter as well. I mentioned that I might talk about the things that I do for myself that are in my control...

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I think I can

Have you ever taken a casual comment to heart?  Perhaps you’ve left a once favourite item of clothing hanging in the closet after someone suggested it didn’t flatter you? Maybe you’ve achieved something amazing, spurred on by someone else’s confident “you can do it”?  Words are powerful...

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