It’s Not Horror, But It Can Be Pretty Scary – Living With A Long Term Health Condition

Read the preview The people who know the most about living with a condition are the people who live with the condition.AEL Lyons Right before the first lockdown, way back in February of 2020, I met a woman at a group I attend. The group was for people with Multiple Sclerosis, their friends and family. … Continue reading It’s Not Horror, But It Can Be Pretty Scary – Living With A Long Term Health Condition

The Zombie Apocalypse As Described By A Golf Commentator #2 Plus Thoughts on Health and Creativity

Jump to post apocalyptic golf Last week was the inaugural edition of this post apocalyptic golfing saga. In today's short instalment we meet our second contestant, Ken Beaufort. Ken lives out of a transit van in the city centre with his family, and his task today is to head out to meet more survivors and … Continue reading The Zombie Apocalypse As Described By A Golf Commentator #2 Plus Thoughts on Health and Creativity

Diary Of An Author With Multiple Sclerosis – April 2021

Well it appears as if I've left it quite a while again. My last diary update was just before Christmas 2020. Things have not been going well since that time. I am fully aware that COVID has meant that people, generally, have not been having a good time and for some people things have been … Continue reading Diary Of An Author With Multiple Sclerosis – April 2021

My COVID Vaccine Experience — Fightmsdaily

A thought provoking article that has particular relevance to me, but also, no doubt, to may of you... ~To Get The Vaccine OR To Not Get The Vaccine~ On Saturday morning, with an incredibly special thank you to my wonderful husband, I was finally able to get the COVID vaccine. If I had waited for … Continue reading My COVID Vaccine Experience — Fightmsdaily

Diary Of An Author With Multiple Sclerosis (Including A Monty Python Sketch!) – November 2020

Longer than I imagined today (Jaunt reference). Jump in where you like:Introduction | Writing | Monty Python | Learning Point #1 | Writing Pace | Learning Point #2 | Health This is the first diary post I've done for real in quite some time. My last Diary post was technically in September, but that was … Continue reading Diary Of An Author With Multiple Sclerosis (Including A Monty Python Sketch!) – November 2020

How to Deal with Comparisonitis — Suzie Speaks

Something that has affected me for a long time. Advice over on Suzie Speaks to help if you are struggling with this cruel affliction... Comparisontis, the compulsion of comparing your accomplishments to those to others is the worst, but is not a new concept – keeping up with the Joneses is an idiom that is … Continue reading How to Deal with Comparisonitis — Suzie Speaks

Diary of an Author With Multiple Sclerosis – April 2019

April over. So what's happened last month? As usual, writing updates first: Writing I started in on the editing of my WIP, Paklife. Its sat untouched for a couple of weeks, so now I'm coming back with fresh eyes and starting a rewrite. I started off by reading and adding / taking away bits from … Continue reading Diary of an Author With Multiple Sclerosis – April 2019

Multiple Sclerosis Medication Rant – HELP!

Been a tough month. Pain levels have been high. Higher than normal, I think. Not sure why, but like last time, my skin has been super-sensitive, making tasks  much harder! But what I really want to talk about today, is the problems I am having with delivery of my medication. Each month I take a delivery … Continue reading Multiple Sclerosis Medication Rant – HELP!

Diary of an Author with Multiple Sclerosis

March is here already. I truly cannot believe the pace at which this year is moving. I think it could just be a sign that I’m getting old… On to this month’s happenings, as usual, writing first… Writing In the first part of the month, I continued on with my novel, which now has a … Continue reading Diary of an Author with Multiple Sclerosis

Diary of an Author with Multiple Sclerosis – October 2018

Been a bit of a hectic few weeks, as I've been having more work done on my downstairs extension, so the house is in a bit of a state! My Mac has only just come out to play! A lot to fit in today. As usual, writing first, health farther down. Writing Should I share … Continue reading Diary of an Author with Multiple Sclerosis – October 2018