Time to go our separate ways

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We are having a divorce of sorts.

Because of the ever-growing volume of my blog, and WordPress slower as time goes on, I’ve finally decided it’s time to move blog posts about Ireland, books, writing etc to a new blog called Kick-Ass Ireland! After all, this is a blog about multiple sclerosis with facts, figures, information sheets and my journey with MS.

Ireland, books and writing does take up all my thoughts, but for now posts related to them are better housed elsewhere. The next few weeks will be busy, and I will sit down and put some serious thought in how to expand my blog once those weeks are over.

So, why ‘Kick-Ass’? Well, anyone who knows Irish people, knows that they’re one very happy bunch of people, ‘happy-go-lucky’ as they call themselves. It would only be fitting so that that attitude is reflected in the title of the new blog.

I will keep a few tasters on both blogs referring to each other, so should you lose the weblink, at least you will be able to find it quickly enough by visiting my IMSM blog.

Because blog posts have been exported to KAI, ‘Likes’ on these posts have disappeared, but comments made on posts are still in place.

The blog is now online but is still a work in progress, so do be patient please if you see some changes during the next few days. So, do travel to Kick-Ass Ireland! soon, and if you have any suggestions on how I can improve the blog, please drop me a line.

Obviously, the posts that now appear on Kick-Ass Ireland! will be gone from IMSM for the time being, as I am trying to find out how to best handle the two distinct, large volumes of posts.

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Image thumbnail About MeAbout Willeke

Neurologically challenged by MS and personally by her will to succeed, Willeke is a disability awareness advocate seeking to improve neurological/MS services in Ireland. By highlighting difficult issues that come with such a diagnosis, she hopes her tenacity can bring some dignity to people most in need of a modern, inclusive healthcare system that looks after every aspect of life.

© Willeke Van Eeckhoutte and Ireland, Multiple Sclerosis & Me, 2011-2015. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this blog’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Willeke Van Eeckhoutte and Ireland, Multiple Sclerosis & Me with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.

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