I understand about dealing with Fibromyalgia and sleep. I try to make sure that I am in bed by midnight (I am currently unemployed) and up between 7 and 8 a.m. I don't have kids that I need to worry about my son, who is still at home, is 20 and has his own schedule.
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Hi all! School is out at the end of the week and the kids will be home for 2.5 months. Last summer that meant a crazy sleep schedule for me which really messed up my health. I have fibromyalgia and sleep is EVERYTHING in staying well. I noticed this challenge and thought maybe it might help me have the willpower to go to bed on time every night and get up before my kids every morning. So...here we go!
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