K.I.S.S. –> Keep It Super Simple

The hardest part of living with fibromyalgia is learning to slow down. I could say this a million times (and probably will throughout my postings), but it still wouldn’t be enough. One of the big frustrations that I face is getting in exercise. I’ve read the science, and I understand the benefits of exercise for someone with chronic […]

Fibro Tools: UP by Jawbone (Review)

A little over a month ago, I wrote about my excitement over purchasing an UP fitness tracker in my post The Fight Goes Hi-Tech. Was the purchase worth it? The short answer is YES! I’ve learned a lot about my sleeping and fitness habits. The only negative would be not knowing what to do with […]

Fibro Friendly Wardrobe

A lot of times when someone discovers I have fibromyalgia, they often ask me what are some of the symptoms. Often I want to reply, “How much time do you have?” because there are so many symptoms that are associated with fibromyalgia. When thinking about what to include in this blog, one of my first […]

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