Time for change

In 2014, when I started Positive Living with MS, I committed to writing a blog post every day. I never imagined it would become so popular. Even today I am amazed at how far and wide my readership has become. My multiple sclerosis progression was minimal at that time and I had the energy necessary to write daily sharing my encouragement, humor and daily life with everyone.

As time passed I changed the daily blog posting to 3 times a week ensuring that I was still helping others to navigate this crazy terrain we find ourselves in but giving me time to focus on myself as well.

Now, here we are in 2017 and I am finding that 3 times a week is a bit too much for me to manage. I am still committed to sharing my life, my heart and my struggles with everyone because I know that what I have to share is helpful not only to the MS world but to caregivers, family and friends of people living with MS as well.

Only now I am changing up my commitment yet again, this time I have made the decision to blog twice a week…every Tuesday and Thursday. I will still post my silly statuses to Facebook and you can always go back and read past blog posts.

I want you to know that it’s because of you that I get up each morning and smile. I am so thankful for your support online and for the courage you carry in your heart as you go throughout your day. You are the true warriors. Never forget that.

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About the Author
About the Author
Penelope Conway

Penelope Conway
Penelope started Positive Living with MS as a way to help others with MS stay positive in the midst of a terrible disease. She believes that staying positive and holding onto hope is the key to waking up each morning with the strength to get through the day. Multiple Sclerosis may never go away, but neither will her determination and her drive to help others through the journey.

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  1. Rhona
    Rhona says:

    Thanks for what you do. You always hit the right notes for me.It’s right to cut back when we need to and still produce excellent work albeit more concentrated!

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  2. Della Smalley says:

    From one MS Warrior to another,I want you to know I Pray for you daily n yes I understand how MS can n will get to us.Thank you for your posts n how at times you have me smiling even at my low points.

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  3. Geraldine Lowrey says:

    Love you and a thousand blessings upon you! It’s good to connect with people who share our affliction. I perfectly understand your cutting back as your needs change. When I get down I play Tubthumping by Chumbawamba.”I get knocked down, but I get up again, you’re never gonna keep me down”.. First time I heard it I knew it was my MS Warrior song.

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