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.
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.
I experienced many classic symptoms of fibromyalgia as a child but it was only decades later that I was diagnosed. Would a child displaying the same symptoms today be diagnosed much earlier?
For October, I am joining in again with the monthly writing prompts from Sheryl at A Chronic Voice .
Life with chronic illness is hard but it can also present opportunities to have a go at new things. Perhaps we have more time than we used to have or can no longer do some of what we used to do, but there are plenty of new things that we can try.
Fibromyalgia can be difficult to cope with but throw perimenopause into the mix as well and symptoms can become much more troublesome. This post covers my own story and some management tips for this phase of life.