“The best way to not feel hopeless is to get up and do something.
Don’t wait for good things to happen to you.
If you go out and make some good things happen,
you will fill the world with hope,
you will fill yourself with hope.”
It has been a bit of a hectic, but a great time to write lately. Two bits of fantastic news came my way in regards to my writing, and I’ve been over the moon since.
While I have not posted regularly on my own blog, The Irish MS society invited me to voluntarily join their blogging team. Needless to say, I was delighted to hear they wanted me to join their ranks.
It’s an enormous honour for me to be part of the blogging team. The society’s commitment, care, understanding and continuous support not only to myself, but to countless others, has been and continues to be beyond words.
Such is the admiration and love I feel for the society that I already sang their praises in a previous blog post (for which I apologise if I annoy you reminding you of this).
You can find my introduction blog post on the MS Ireland website is listed here. They will add future posts written by myself to their website, and I will provide links to them from my blog here. In the meantime, please check out their website regularly for more posts by other MSers and to find out news from the world of MS.
Blogging for them doesn’t mean I will stop posting on my own blog, though, so keep on coming back here to catch up and read as you please.
As far as the other piece of great writing news, as the old adage goes “Watch this space!”
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