MellyManyLemons chillaxing by a pool

MellyManyLemons Chillaxing by a Pool



Who am I?

Multiple sclerosis has been my clingy and unwanted companion for 9 years. I am also a newly-diagnosed Zebra (an Ehler’s Danlos Syndrome newbie), who loves to learn, research, assimilate and communicate. I’m a Doctor of Physics, so it’s no surprise that I Heart Science, lapping the stuff up, and I’ve taught, supported students as a tutor, run projects as a team lead and worked as a technical writer, all because I love to share knowledge, inspire, represent, build relationships and listen.

Why I blog

To empower others by sharing all that I learn on this chronic illness journey, in the hope that some of the many different lemons that life gives us can perhaps be made less bitter….maybe even turned into a fizzy sweet refreshment.

I hope I can add some sparkles of clarity, ideas and encouragement to your own journey. I hope that I can learn about the Life Lemons and Lemonade from your world that you choose to share; that you can shape this endeavour. I hope I can be of service. I’m all ears.


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1 Comment

  • Reply Peter July 8, 2018 at 9:55 pm

    From April 2016, you need 35 years of NI contributions to get the State Pension in full, so it is even more important to claim ESA or UC to get your NI credits.

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