Making Butter

I made butter recently. One of the things that I have been enjoying this COVID era is hosting my pod members/friends to dinner in my apartment. Before the COVID era, whenever I was going to spend time with friends, it was usually done outside the house. A quick stop at the ice-cream place in the summer. Or a jaunt at the local thrift shop, Savers, to browse was generally my go-to friend hang out. With a raging pandemic, going out hasn’t felt as safe as staying in. So when I invited my friend B to dinner, we both knew that meant a trip to my apartment. The menu was pretty simple because I knew I was going to spend the day studying. I wanted to make sure that it was a stress-free day for me and her.

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Silhouette of me at a beach in new bedford

Strategy for Moving Apartments with Fibromyalgia

If you follow me on Instagram, you are probably already familiar with the fact that I live with chronic pain and chronic fatigue. Some days are better than others when you live with fibromyalgia as I do. When the time came to move from my old house into my current one, I knew that I had to be strategic in how I moved forward. There are a few things I have learned in this process that I want to document for anyone who might find themselves in my shoes. Here is my strategy for moving apartments with fibromyalgia.

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