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 […]

I’m Bringing Cardio Back

I think one of the most common difficulties among fibromyalgia (and other chronic illnesses) sufferers is learning to slow down. For me, it was certainly a big change both mentally and physically. I may not have been a superstar athlete, but I think I was always relatively active. All through middle school and high school, […]

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