The Boom or Bust Cycle

When planning your goals or task. In order to avoid a flare up. I also learnt the term SMART. You will need to be…

…specific– What specific actions will you take. In other words what physical or mental excursions will be using up your energy levels? You can then make sure the task/goal is…

…measurable– Does the task/goal mean that much to me? Does it hold value? If so will it be…

…achievable– Is the task/goal going to improve or enrich my life. If the answer is yes. Then the task/goal needs to be…

…realistic-Is it achievable. Can you realistically fulfill your task/goal to avoid exhaustion or failure? This is to avoid a flare up and to avoid a change in your mind set. To complete your task/goal planning the amount of…

…time it will take is a good idea from a personal view. You will know your own limitations and how long you can physically or mentally undertake a task/goal for.

There is serious point to this cycle though. Regarding whether you are working or trying to work. This boom or bust cycle may be a good tool to explain alongside your employer. From my very own experiences. I can certainly see how doing the same everyday tasks in a job whilst managing Fibromyalgia or any other chronic illness. The effect it has on the body is immense. To try and explain yourself to someone is not easy. I hope I have given you a tool that will benefit you and help in the future.

You can take control back and I wish you all the luck in the world.💜

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    Couldn’t have put it better myself Amz 😍 Must be Fibro related 🙈😂 Well done again sweetie on yet another brilliant blog 👍 You are flying through this…. just make sure, you practice what you preach… Take time out in order to refuel, can’t lose our little blogger to exhaustion😉😘💜💜💜

  2. MyalgiaFibroWarrior

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