I’ve done an extensive search for something to help me read and write comfortably while in bed or on the couch. This is my review of the BookBuddy – my favorite fibromyalgia helper.
When asked, “what do you do to feel better in a fibro flare?” I thought, “dress cute!” As my friend Marla says, “feeling beautiful is empowering.” When I look cute, I feel sassy and not as bad. I’ve invited my friend Marla McNichols, from Premier Designs Jewelry, to share how she uses jewelry to help boost women’s confidence and show us that “feeling beautiful is empowering!”
Saying no and asking for help are two great ways to honor your body when you have fibromyalgia. They’re two of the hardest lessons to learn; however, they’re the ones that will make the biggest difference in how you feel and how quickly you heal. Besides, if we don’t take care of ourselves first, we’ll have nothing left to give anyone else
These are some of the day-to-day tips that have made living life with fibromyalgia easier for me, things I wish I’d heard when I was first diagnosed.
My Fibromyalgia Coach (FibroCoach) page on Facebook is a great way for you to keep up-to-date on things between newsletters. It’s also a great resource for you to share with others you know who need info on fibromyalgia and CFS. With a business page, you don’t have to be my friend to get all the goodies!
As a Health Coach who specializes in helping women with fibromyalgia, I read a ton of info on fibromyalgia. “Figuring Out Fibromyalgia” is a must-read for anyone with fibromyalgia, or anyone who knows someone with fibro. It’s one of the best books out there for both the newly diagnosed and those more educated.