Tag Archives: Guest Blogger

Guest Blog: The day after, the day after, the night before…

In her second guest blog for us Jo discusses MS fatigue and how it can creep up on you unexpectedly… For those of us with MS, planning becomes second nature. As we only have a limited amount of energy available … Continue reading

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Guest blog : The Gorilla In Your House

Our Guest Blogger today is Mary of This Is My Blog after a fashion, anyway, and we thank her for her permission in publishing it on our blog. Mary talks of acquiring a disability and how it is bit like getting home to find … Continue reading

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Guest blog: Why I’m taking on RideLondon today

Today we will be heading to the capital to cheer on our amazing RideLondon team as they cycle 100 miles in aid of MS-UK. In this guest blog, Paul Reeve tells us why he’s taking on the challenge… I’m Paul … Continue reading

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Guest blog: MS and sugar

In her latest guest blog Chloe discusses the effects of sugar on multiple sclerosis and the work of Dr Terry Wahls… I’ve had MS for 16 years now and it’s taken all of those 16 years for me to realise … Continue reading

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British 10k – Back to where it all began

In this guest blog, Sue Foley talks about taking on the British 10k this Sunday and where her fundraising journey with MS-UK began… Hi everyone, I’m Sue Foley from Colchester (aka Purplepants). On Sunday 09 July, I’ll be returning to … Continue reading

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Guest Blog: MS and single parenthood. An unexpected journey.

Our newest guest blogger, Jo, gives a very honest and touching account of  her life with multiple sclerosis (MS) and coping with a devastating loss… I was (provisionally) diagnosed with MS five days before my wedding. I’d been having symptoms … Continue reading

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Thirty-four years – A poem

In this guest blog, we share a poem from Graham Eastaugh. In 2016, Graham reached the milestone of living for thirty-four years with multiple sclerosis. Graham shares another poem in the next issue of New Pathways magazine, so don’t forget … Continue reading

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