It’s Not The MS, It’s the MS’er . . .

Arrows

It’s been awhile since I’ve had a guest blogger – but I’m so proud to host this one.  The writer is Scott James, and he’s been a friend and supporter of FUMSnow.com almost since day one.  He’s an interesting guy:  he was diagnosed in Nov 2006 with RRMS, he lives in San Diego, Ca, he’s […]

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FUMS 001 – Dan & Jennifer Digmann Interview

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http://traffic.libsyn.com/fumsnow/FUMS_001_-_Dan__Jennifer_Digmann_Interview_1.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS In this episode, I interview Dan & Jennifer Digmann, a wonderful married couple who both have Multiple Sclerosis.  They’ve written a book called, “Despite MS, To Spite MS” and we talk about what their journey has been like:  how they met […]

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Working From Home With Multiple Sclerosis

Work From Home

Pulling the Plug I LOVED my job.  I loved the people I worked with and for and I loved what I got to do each day.  I thought I would be retiring from that job – when I was of retirement age.  MS had a different idea.  I drove to various doctor’s offices and talked […]

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Multiple Sclerosis Holiday Gift Guide – 2014

This annual Multiple Sclerosis Holiday Gift Guide is a hit every year.  I’ve updated it this year with new products that either I’ve come across or have been suggested by others in the FUMS Nation.  I hope you find this helpful – and, if you have other suggestions that I’ve missed, please share them in […]

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MS, the Holidays and Depression

happiness during the holidays

Joy to the World – bite me!   ‘Tis the season – well, almost.  The holidays are right around the corner.  Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hannukah, Kwanzaa or none of the above, the reminders of how happy everyone else seems to be are everywhere.  The ads are all showing happy, smiling people with loads of […]

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