I recently signed up for a 10km jog in Dublin city centre on November 22nd. This is the first organised run that I’ve ever signed up for. And it’s given me some well needed motivation. The jog is called Run in the Dark. So that’s exactly what I did this evening – went for a… Continue reading Wild is the Wind
“How we are in the future will be founded on how we behave today” I classify as a newly diagnosed person with MS. That is; I’ve been diagnosed within the last 3 years. Diagnosis for me came within a few months of my MS symptoms making their way to the surface. I’ve heard stories of people having… Continue reading Phoenix from the Flames
I knew on the walk to the Mater Hospital today what the name of my latest blog would be. Still though the news, although unsurprising, was unpleasant to hear. “Your most recent MRI was discussed back in May and 3 additional lesions have appeared since last years MRI”. I kind of guessed when they moved the… Continue reading Mo’ Lesions, Mo’ Problems
Consistency has never been my strong point. As a matter of fact I couldn’t tell you what my strong points are. Routine has to be the order of the day. But I routinely fall out of routine. Once out, I claw myself back into a routine until I fall back out of it again. My… Continue reading Contender Ready!
Source: Worlds MS Day 2017
9000+ steps done for #worlsdmsday #lifewithms #GetActiveForMS Txt STEPS to 50300 to donate €4 to MS Ireland 🇮🇪 A post shared by Keith Byrne (@keifib) on May 30, 2017 at 11:56pm PDT I’m one of 9,000 people in Ireland with MS. I’ll be doing 9,000 steps on Wednesday May 31st as part of World MS… Continue reading Worlds MS Day 2017
I wrote this blog recently for shift.ms; a website for MSers by MSers. Getting loads of good feedback so thought I would post here too 🙂