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Deborah Bolton
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Ask for Help! Chores That Take More Than One Person
My husband and I are blessed to have a Sleep Number bed, and we have enjoyed it for about ten years.  We got it when I was in the height of pain, and I could not stand to be touched.  All of those who have uncontrolled Fibromyalgia know what I am talking ab...

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Habits are key. I love Marilyn's system.

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Just Not Feeling It? Read this!
Today, are you just not feeling it?  You do not have a burning desire to do your housework or any work that needs doing.  However, you do not want to slip in the good habits you have developed, and this is not a day you planned to take off.  So, what do you...

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Deborah Bolton commented on a post on Blogger.
The habits work! And, it takes perseverance to develop them. When we fall, we have to get up and do it again. When we hit a bad patch, we have to determine what the basic things are to not get right back where we were to begin with. I love your encouragement and commitment to helping others. Just a word to people that are trying to dig out of the clutter, and to develop better habits. It is possible. You don't have to do it perfectly. Thank you, Marilyn.

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Change Is Possible
Image Courtesy of usamedeniz / freedigitalphotos.net O my goodness! It has been ages since I have written here, but I do check in every once in a while. I just do not have as much time to write, because being more active and getting out more means less ti...

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Procrastination, Fatigue, Overwhelmed?
Let me begin this short thought piece with this clarification, which is you know your body better than anyone else.  Well, hopefully you do.  Maybe, there are some people that are not in touch with their bodies, so they are not sure when to rest and when to...

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Relaxing into Change, Not Fighting A Battle
This morning, not soon after I woke up, I started thinking about the title of yesterday's blog post, Fighting the Battle .  Sometimes, the word fighting  may evoke angst and anxiety in individuals.  Personally, I think a constant battle would be exhausting,...

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Fighting the Battle
It often seems like the battle is never ending when you have a chronic illness.  Even when you have been seeing improvement, there are times you feel like you cannot throw off all the cords that have bound you.  It seems they tighten and pull you down again...

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Avoiding Work or Any Other Thing in Your Life That Could Be Good For You
Do you ever have a day that you feel fine, but you really do not want to do any of the things you could do?  I think I hit that day today.  I really don't feel like I have done much that is significant:  it has been my lull during the middle of the week.  I...

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Where Did That Dust Come From?
I thought I had dusted everything last week, but my eyes saw a thick layer in the afternoon light.  Where did that come from?  How did I miss that cabinet in the breakfast area?  It looked awful, and I had visions of dust spreading through my house. Problem...
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