Fall Round-Up

The crisp fall air is here and we are facing our first frost here in Texas with possible snow flurries. It’s “pumpkin-everything” season still, yet I asked my boys to get the tree and Christmas decorations down from the attic this weekend. I have the house decorated for fall and Thanksgiving, but am thinking ahead and planning my schedule for when the boys are gone hunting Thanksgiving week.img_6206

For something different, I wanted to do a “round-up” of some of my posts these past few months, in case you missed something. Enjoy!

Living with Fibromyalgia

What Really Causes Fibromyalgia?

Five Travel Tips for Fibromyalgia

Caregiver TLC: 7 Tips for Self-Care

Most Popular Older Posts:

How to Be Resilient with Fibromyalgia

Why I Practice Yoga for Pain

My Most Popular Post on Twitter:

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#Mood #FibroFunny

Closely followed by…

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Story of my life…. #Fibromyalgia RT: @Fibrobloggers #Fibro fatigue

Inspiring

10 Things to Inspire You This Month – November

10 Things to Inspire You This Month – October

When Things Don’t Go According to Plan

Believe in Yourself

10 Things to Inspire You this Month – September

My most popular post on Instagram:

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“The earth laughs in flowers.”  Pay attention to fleeting moments of beauty… a flower in bloom, a tree in transition with its fall colors, a smile one a stranger’s face. Blink, and you may miss it. Take some time today to slow down and observe and just breathe.

 

Please take a minute to leave me a comment on one of the following:

  • What are you doing this fall? Do you skip from Halloween right on to Christmas? Or do you take a moment to be #thankful first and decorate for fall like me?
  • Did you like this round-up format?

For more inspiring quotes or information on fibromyalgia and chronic pain in between my blog posts, follow me on Twitter and Instagram at @photobaugh.

Cheers!Cynthia

 

Author: Photobaugh

Wife. Mom. Fibrowarrior. Joy seeker. Picture taker. Coffee drinker. Blogging about living with fibromyalgia and finding inspiration in every day life. Welcome to My Inspired Fibro Life.

2 thoughts on “Fall Round-Up”

  1. I’m still working on getting my body to behave better (Chiro and PT have shown me some things that help to elevate pain and/or be less afraid of it.) Holidays are overwhelming to me and have been for many years. I think that is a state of mind, not fibro. I try to get excited but it lasts a second or two. Ha. What part of Texas are you in? I’m new to the dfw area. I was in Houston for 38 years.

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