So, I think I *do* have fibromyalgia, after all.

Wow… the past few months have been full of changes for me!  There’s been a lot to deal with… but at the same time, I’ve been learning from it, and figuring a lot out. I don’t always feel inspired to share super personal stuff on this blog, but I’ve heard from a few readers —Continue reading “So, I think I *do* have fibromyalgia, after all.”

Friday round-up: swimming outside, meditation, and coffee shops

Hi everyone! So… I wanted to follow up my recent posts, which have been somewhat heavy, with a post to check in about some of the good things going on in my life! I’ve always wanted to try doing one of those Friday round-up posts so many bloggers do, so I thought I’d give thisContinue reading “Friday round-up: swimming outside, meditation, and coffee shops”

Why I fired my primary care doctor after 10+ years.

Sometimes I just can’t believe the personal details I put online.  To be honest, I think that’s why I don’t work on this blog as often as My Sacroiliac Joint Saga.  It’s super easy to provide people with factual information, with only a few personal tidbits thrown in. This blog, though?  This is the oneContinue reading “Why I fired my primary care doctor after 10+ years.”

When the going gets tough, the tough start researching…

Hi everyone! Today I wanted to share with you this post from my friend Clare over at Jelly-Like Joints. Clare is a science-lover and “bookish crafter” –a book lover who also enjoys arts and crafts.   She was born with a genetic condition that affects her connective tissues.   This causes her to have hypermobile joints, alongContinue reading “When the going gets tough, the tough start researching…”

The thing I was most embarrassed to write about

Technically, I suppose it’s bad form to brag about how much traffic you’ve been getting on your blog. However, I feel like it’s a little different when a positive message comes with the bragging, so I wanted to share some of my updates with you all. I’ve come so far from where I was whenContinue reading “The thing I was most embarrassed to write about”