Libby has been fighting her battle with multiple sclerosis since 2007, and has enjoyed writing for NewLifeOutlook|MS since December of 2014. She thinks it's great to have the opportunity to speak to others about the realities of this disease, and hopes she can help calm some fears and make a positive contribution in someone's life. MS can be a very isolating disease, and Libby hopes to bridge that gap and show people that they are not alone.
Beyond her love of writing, Libby is currently attending the University of Boston, where she is working towards her Masters of Criminal Justice with a focus in Cyber Crime and Cyber Forensics. She is a strong advocate and a protector of people. Libby is looking forward to what the future brings once her studies are complete. She loves to chase the world and has no plans of quitting anytime soon.
When she's not writing or studying, Libby enjoys spending time with her husband and son. She is kept busy with her dogs, cat, chickens and bees.
Libby believes life is good, and that it is important to hang onto and cultivate more of the things that we love within it.
Journaling for MS can help you better understand your body and mind, as well as your symptoms. It's easy to get started – just follow these tips.
Spring is a great season for MSers. It’s like Goldilocks — not too hot, not too cold, just right. So get outside today with these spring activities for MS!
Don't let MS hold you back from your future. Libby shares her tips for enjoying life despite MS from finding your self-worth to loving yourself.
Talking about MS and keeping a brave face isn't as simple as society deems it as. Read what Libby has to say about "putting on a brave face."
A multiple sclerosis headache isn't thought of as a symptom, but there are few studies which show people with MS are more likely to get them than others.
We all know that MS is not a fun. Sometimes all you need to hear is some inspirational MS quotes or funny jokes to brighten your day.
Traveling with MS is not impossible and with a little planning, you can make the most out of your trip. Read how Libby made the most of out her trip.
If you're like me and you prefer to get your knowledge from books, you have come to the right place! These six books are essential reading for MSers.
Multiple sclerosis and pregnancy are not mutually exclusive. You can carry and give birth to a healthy baby, though you will need to take some precautions.
"A new world is on its way — be ready for it when it arrives." Libby writes on her new hope for MS following a very successful drug trial.