Whether you’re a working mom, a stay at home mom or dabbling in the world of both, one thing is for certain – finding a balance between the two is hard. Perhaps you’re feeling guilty for overworking and not being home enough or you’re constantly chasing after a toddler and longing for parts of your pre-baby identity back; regardless, I think it’s common for moms to struggle with “doing it all”. Read more
Close to a year ago I did something that was so uncharacteristically like me. I quit my stable, well-respected corporate job with no promising plans in sight.
At the time, I felt like I needed to focus on myself, my health and my baby, who was only 4 months old; I needed to make my personal life a priority. The logical and rational side of me had a tough time remedying that decision, particularly because I had worked hard to get where I was professionally. I worked my way up the corporate ladder over the past 10 years trading in agency life for client side, pushing for promotion after promotion while going to grad school at night. Needless to say, quitting my job without a plan was not in my plan. Read more
📢 Callin’ all MSers in the Chicagoland area! Do you want to make an easy $150 just for sharing your story and experience with MS? I’ve partnered up with a market research group who is willing to compensate you generously for a 90-minute in-person interview this Weds, 8/2 in downtown Chicago.
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Let me know if you participate and hopefully I’ll see ya there
Exciting news! “Well and Strong with MS” was just rated one of the “Top 10 Blogs for MS” by Medical News Today! MNT is a market leader for medical news that receives 12M monthly visits and compiled the best blogs for “information, support and inspiration to help those who are living with the disease.” I’m so honored to have made the cut! Read more
Meet Lindsey – a mom of 2 (with another on the way!) who’s showing the world that MS isn’t stopping her from living the life she dreamed of. Read more
Positivity is hands down what I credit to tackling MS head on. It’s been my saving grace and I hope this post inspires you in times of need too. Read more
Breastfeeding is a pretty loaded topic in the world of moms. There’s a certain pressure to breastfeed since research suggests it’s better for your baby and what mom doesn’t want to give their baby the best? Plus, it seems like the natural thing to do since your body is physically producing exactly what your baby needs for potentially the first year of life. Read more
I am honored to be partnering with the National MS Society to create a world free of MS. Read more
Jennifer Perry is simply extraordinary and was so instrumental to me when I first found out I had MS. I remember being so terrified after my diagnoses and she was the first person to actually calm me down with her inspirational words and tips and tricks for managing MS. Read more