Why Twitter Chats Matter

Why Twitter Chats Should Matter to You

Anyone reading this right now should know how much I love Twitter Chats. Well… I LOVE THEM! I think it’s a bit of an obsession now. You know you’re a Twitter-Chat junkie when you actually get really really sad that its only Sunday and your fav Twitter Chat isn’t until Thursday. Twitter Chats are a […]

World MS Trend Day 2015
World MS Trend Day by Keep S

Social Media for a Cause – #WMSTD

This year will be the third year of World MS Trend Day. It’s held annually on July 31st. It was created by myself and a fellow MSer/MS Bestie, Randy Patrick, to make individuals aware of Multiple Sclerosis, what it is and how it affects patients, by utilizing the hashtag #CureMS in attempts to make it […]

What's Your Story

What’s My Story? I’ll Tell You What My Story Is..

“What do you want to be when you grow up?” was the question I always had a fast answer for. “A Mommy and a Teacher!”  I grew up seeing how amazing of a mother and father I had. My parents got divorced when I was 2 years old but they couldn’t resist and got back […]

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#ChatMS by Keep SMyelin and Must Stop MS

Here’s to a New Twitter Chat – #ChatMS

My friend Randy Patrick and I are always coming up with initiatives to raise Multiple Sclerosis awareness. Randy runs Must Stop MS and, as you all know, I’m the founder of Keep S’Myelin. Our goals are similar and pretty simple – to raise Multiple Sclerosis awareness worldwide. The idea of a Twitter Chat about Multiple […]

Community Manager vs Social Media Manager
Community Manager

What’s So Different B/W a Community Manager & a Social Media Manager?

Have you ever wondered what exactly a Community Manager does? How about a Social Media Manager? Aren’t they the same thing? The answer is no! Even though there are similar duties, there’s a fine line that separates and characterizes these positions. As more organizations build online customer communities, the lines between community and social media have begun to […]

Memory Loss & Multiple Sclerosis

Memory Loss and Multiple Sclerosis

So today I realized that I have misplaced my wallet. I don’t know if someone stole it from my car – which I don’t think that happened because I had other valuable items and I called my credit card companies and there has been no recent activity. So now I’m convinced I misplaced it myself. I […]

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You don't know how strong you are

8 Tips for Newly Diagnosed Patients with Multiple Sclerosis

I got an email the other day from a woman whose son recently got diagnosed with MS at just the age of 13. 13? Really? That breaks my heart. No one deserves a diagnosis of ANY kind, but why a child? They’re so innocent and young and pure. I was diagnosed at 20 and I […]

From Strangers to MS Besties

Friends are angels that lift us to our feet when our wings have trouble remembering how to fly. I’m so thankful for all the support I receive. Not just from my family and friends but from complete strangers miles away. Tip to ALL of those battling Multiple Sclerosis: please, please, please connect with other MSers […]

5 Tips for MS Patients to Manage Fatigue

Although there are medications to help with fatigue, there are small, easy adjustments that you can make to help! Here are 5 ways to help you manage the infamous symptom that 90% of us MSers go through. Exercise – I know you’re probably thinking, “if I’m feeling fatigued, how am I supposed to exercise?” Trust me, […]