Bad days can and do crop up when you're living with fibromyalgia so this post talks about some things you can do to make things a little better for yourself.
After my diagnosis with fibromyalgia, my pace of life slowed down and I began to notice all the nature around me on my daily walks and write up what I have seen month by month. Being in nature can be hugely beneficial for those of us with chronic illness.
Taking part in the RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch is something I look forward to taking part in each year. Nature and mindfulness are both important parts of my fibromyalgia wellness plan.
Writing prompts from Sheryl at A Chronic Voice
Reviewing the previous year can be really helpful before setting new goals and intentions for the coming one - we may not have achieved all the goals we set out for ourselves, but we may also find a good few things we did manage to do that may not have been documented.
Christmas, for various reasons, can create a great deal of anxiety especially if you have fibromyalgia to deal with as well. Here are some tips to help the festive season feel a little less overwhelming.
Some tips to make your Christmas a little more environmentally sound.
Car travel can be uncomfortable when you have fibromyalgia but with some forethought and planning, it can be made easier
Being diagnosed with fibromyalgia can change the very core of who we are - this post explores some of the ways in which living with chronic illness can change us.
Spending time outdoors in nature has many benefits for our health - from mental health benefits to improving vitamin D levels.