Blogging About MCS and other Environmental Issues

Here are some  of the blogs that I have discovered written by people that share a common goal of a healthier world — some focus on the day-today adjustments — some the laws — some spiritual and counseling support. If you have MCS or another invisible illness or want to make your world non-toxic — some of these bloggers maybe able to help. I haven’t been able to read everything on every blog — but I’ve read some stuff on each of these that I found intriguing, helpful, or uplifting. Have a healthy day.


6 thoughts on “Blogging About MCS and other Environmental Issues”

  1. Thank you. It’s great that you have done this! Also, I can see that I’m in great company 🙂

    Please keep up the good work; I admire your strength and tenacity. Because I’m a student, one who has struggled with this condition, I can appreciate your endeavours and I respect the strength it takes to stand up and voice yours, and other’s needs.

    You may already know this: there are many people who won’t speak up until someone else does. Your voice allows them to do that! And, as I’ve found, there are many people who don’t realise that being in a fragrance free environment gives stops/or lessens their headaches, or makes them feel better, think clearer and experience better health on so many other levels, until they have had the chance to experience it.

    I know someone who suffers everyday and they wouldn’t dare say anything because of their job. That just leaves us to help them 🙂

    Miche x

    • I had MCS for decades before I said anything. I understand why people stay silent. As soon as I spoke up the deliberate attacks began. But I can’t let kids suffer with this when there is no reason for toxins to be brought into our schools and other public places. Thanks for your support.

  2. You write a lot of great information about MCS. It is great to see the strides you are making in creating positive change.
    FYI – I am now blogging at – I moved a couple of weeks ago from cooking for the chemically sensitive.

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