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Remember to love yourself. It won’t solve every problem and it won’t cure your fibromyalgia, but it’s a good start.
Happy Mardi Gras! In celebration, do something a little different today – whatever that means to you. Sing a song, wear bright lipstick, buy some flowers: anything that makes you a little happier.
It’s tempting to go overboard making New Year’s resolutions – and hard not to beat yourself up for failing to accomplish them. This year, try to keep just one resolution: “In 2013, I will do a better job of treating … Continue reading
Feeling a little low after Christmas has come and gone? Eat an extra serving – or two! – of fruits and vegetables today: it will give you an energizing lift (and keep you from the leftover cookies).
As you begin thinking about taking down holiday decorations, identify which items are most and least important to you. Store your favorites together to make next year’s holiday preparations easier. And if you’re no longer attached to a particular piece, … Continue reading
Remember, post-holiday cleanup doesn’t all have to be done at once. Focus on the essentials: fight stains on your favorite tablecloth with laundry spray, rinse and stack dirty dishes so they occupy less space, take out the garbage before the … Continue reading
In Taking Stock and Moving Forward, we paused to consider Thanksgiving – what worked, what didn’t – and how those experiences could shape future holiday celebrations. Well, now that Christmas is over (and Kwanzaa is beginning!), it’s a good time … Continue reading
Take a minute today to confirm any reservations and appointments you have over the next week or so: healthcare visits, pet boarding, travel plans, restaurant plans, and so on. Better safe than sorry, especially during such a hectic time of … Continue reading