Thanks to Afternoon Tea4Two | Barmac5 for nominating me for the Liebster award!
I am really tickled, thankyou for nominating FibroFlutters for this award, I shall embed the badge on a widget.
The award is supposed to be for those with under 200 followers, so I have mainly nominated bloggers who have a wordpress following of around 200 or less like me.
All nominees are from my wordpress reader list.… Read More Nomination > LIEBSTER AWARD 2018
Hydrotherapy – heaven or hell? is a discussion that I have often read in other blogger’s pages, online support groups and also physically discussed with other people just like me who live life with chronic pain, hypermobility and chronic illness, within my own support group FibroFlutters. For me it is something that I am still… Read More Hydrotherapy – Heaven or hell? Part Two – session one / week one
Hydrotherapy – heaven or hell? is a discussion that I have often read in other blogger’s pages, online support groups and also physically discussed with other people just like me who live life with chronic pain, hypermobility and chronic illness, within my own support group FibroFlutters. For me it is something that I am still… Read More Hydrotherapy – heaven or hell? Part one
The following link takes you to the Fibromyalgia pages of the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases (NIAMS) for National Institute of Health and I’m sharing it because I find the pages to be a good information resource. 🙂 Questions and Answers About Fibromyalgia. There is another link amid the Q… Read More Questions and Answers About Fibromyalgia – Information resource | NIAMS
via The effect of health goals on health outcomes (study) – Counting My Spoons. This is an interesting read by Julie Ryan based on a study re: health goals & health outcomes. Where do you fit in? I have been through them all 1>2>3>2 up to date and am currently being in control of my… Read More Julie Ryan – The effect of health goals on health outcomes (study) – Counting My Spoons
Food & recipes An excellent recipe with an educational discussion about cacao, which I have previously shared through other social media but they look so fantastic and easy to make. I think these would be great during the festive season 🙂 Article & Recipe Titled:- Benefits of These Raw Chocolate Coconut Balls The article… Read More Article & Recipe: Raw Chocolate Coconut Balls Recipe | Michelle Toole – Healthy Holistic Living
Are you in constant pain? Do you find that you cannot manage to do conventional exercise because of it? The following link takes you to a post on a website dedicated to living with Chronic Pain and is appropriately called ‘The Princess in the Tower’, which makes me remember how many times that I have… Read More Info & tips – The Princess in the Tower: When Pain Makes Normal Exercise Impossible by Princess
I love this so am sharing it with you 🙂 Link to the original: ……… ” I Am Me ” ……… find out more about kickingstrokesassinwords who writes poetry as a means to fight illness and the stroke that he had by sharing his thoughts and his journey with it all 🙂
via Gardening With Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.– how to avoid hard work By Adrienne Dellwo Fibromyalgia & Chronic Fatigue Expert http://www.about.com – health Updated June 08, 2015. Reviewed by a board-certified physician. Updated February 16, 2017 Are you a keen gardener who struggles to do it anymore? …… then this article is for you… Read More Article from Abouthealth.com – Gardening With Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome By: Adrienne Dellwo, Chronic Fatigue Expert
Via How Honest Are You? | my foggy brain. Originally posted: myfoggybrain.com A great expression of a fellow fibromites frustrations regarding what to say when people ask if you’re fine and whether to tell them the truth or not 🙂 Updated June 2017 Save Save Save