Happiness is Tut’s Notes From the Universe!

I can’t believe I forgot about these!

I know I said I’d post pictures about the house reno, and I will this weekend, but I just had to drop a note about this crazy amazing service. Mike Dooley, in his “Notes From the Universe” emails (which are very short, very inspirational, and you can pick how many you want to receive in your inbox) are personalized messages that The Universe sends to you whenever you want them. They’re all about loving where you are right now, and having hope for your goals and dreams and future.

So many of us with a medical condition we get to confront daily FORGET that the most important thing is to feel good about ourselves, no matter what our struggles are. We can’t heal if we spend every moment feeling horrible.

So here’s The Universe with a “pick-me-up” for you all!

CLICK HERE TO CHAT WITH THE UNIVERSE

Check out the site, subscribe to the Notes, and have a fabulous day!

PS Last blog I christened myself “Ms. Adventure” and today I noticed my first email was from “Tut’s Adventurers Club.” Coincidence? I think not!

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MS and Quality of Life

MS and Quality of Life from Tanya Asbreuk on Vimeo.

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I suppose there’s always a compromise between cost and quality of life if you have to pay for treatment. But what’s the cost for your quality of life?

In this video I continue the conversation I was having with Lisa who runs Brass and Ivory, a site chronicling her MS journey with links to a lot of other MS blogs, and Amy who runs MS Softserve, a soon-to-be-available NPO site offering customized learning about MS.

Woot! I’m Featured on Another Blog!

This is so cool – I’ve connected with another lady who has MS and runs a fantastic site at http://www.brassandivory.org. (Don’t worry – if you click it’ll open up in a new window and you can still look around here later.)

Anyway, she links other blogs to her site, and she linked me! How cool is that? She also runs the “Carnival of MS Bloggers – a bi-weekly compendium of thoughts and experiences shared by those living with multiple sclerosis” (her quote) that I’ve submitted an article for.

This is her blog past linking “new MS bloggers” to her site:

Brass and Ivory – my shout out!

This may seem narcissistic, linking from my blog to another blog about my blog, (say that five times fast) but it just made me feel really good about reaching out to people with my blog, and knowing there are people out there who appreciate it. So yay!