Tag Archives: Guest Blogger

Guest blog: It’s all about attitude…not age!

In her latest guest blog Joanne writes about birthdays, ageing, multiple sclerosis and yes, attitude… A couple of weeks ago it was my birthday. Birthdays are full of the usual things: presents, cake, candles, treats to name a few. They … Continue reading

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Guest blog: Fiona’s two truths and a lie!

Fiona Sakal, who has been a Trustee of MS-UK for over decade, recently joined us in the office for a week to see what we do to support people affected by multiple sclerosis (MS) on a daily basis. We couldn’t … Continue reading

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Guest blog: Running for Dad

In this guest blog Jessica Armstrong shares her reasons for running the Virgin Money London Marathon this year in aid of MS-UK… Hi everyone, My name is Jessica. I was born and raised in a small town just outside of … Continue reading

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Guest blog: ‘Exercise Your Face Off.’

In his latest humorous guest blog Doug Ankerman champions an easy form of exercise for MSers and those of a certain age… Warning:  This post contains pictures that may frighten young children.  Please ‘exercise’ caution. People workout for their pecs, … Continue reading

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Guest blog: New Year ponderings

In her latest guest blog Joanne ponders on Christmas, multiple sclerosis (MS) and ‘me time’… Like many of us, a #christmas #break was on my list but didn’t happen. For the simple reason, there has been too much going on. … Continue reading

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Guest blog: Feeling the cold

In her latest blog Jo explores the effect of the cold on multiple sclerosis (MS), a very topical subject with temperatures dropping and the ‘threat’ of a white Christmas… Sometimes I feel a bit like Goldilocks when it comes to … Continue reading

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Guest blog: ‘How’d I get that?’

In this guest blog Doug Ankerman asks readers ‘How’d I get that?’ Doug, who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) in 1997, is the author of the blog http://www.myoddsock.com… Let’s play the MSer’s favorite game of cuts, scrapes and bruises. … Continue reading

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