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Doing housework with Fibromyalgia & CFS

Monday 8 March 2010

HouseworkAbout.com's Adrienne Dellwo has an article about meeting the challenges of housework for people with ME/CFS/ Fibromyalgia:

Doing Housework With Fibromyalgia & Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Saturday March 6, 2010

Ah, housework -- that constant nagging bundle of stuff we all need to take care of, at one point or another! Fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome make sure that we don't have the energy to keep up on it, and that when we finally get around to it, it's going to hurt and wear us out -- fast!

I know keeping the house clean (or at least getting it there from time to time) will always be a struggle for me, but I've stumbled on some things that help me get it there more often and keep it a little closer to decent more of the time. My list of suggestions is here:

There's also a Readers Respond attached to this, so you can leave your own tips and learn from everyone else!

This article is the latest in what's currently a 4-part series on day-to-day living with these conditions. The other topics are:

Learn more or join the conversation!

The article originally appeared here.

 


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