I've heard for fibro warm is better! I used to live in Wisconsin, though, and adored the winters. Summers would get to the low 80s at most except in rare heat waves (the summer I had my second sun, we hit 100 degrees more often than San Antonio, and we didn't have a/c! It was horrible! haha). I really do love northern weather. Except spring, with the temps bouncing all over the place, but I'm not a big fan of spring here for the same reason, to be fair... :D
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Trust me! Northern weather (at least what I've lived through) is not all it's cracked up to be! We get subzero in the winter and up into the high 90s in the summer, and worse, it's HUMID. All the time. The air gets wet and heavy and it just weighs on you. It's pretty gross. San Antonio is really dry compared to home, so I LOVE the weather here. I have fibromyalgia, so the weather being pretty dry and consistent has helped my symptoms immensely. I dig it here! :-)
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Hey everyone! My name's Maggie, and I just moved to SA from western Pennsylvania at the beginning of February (THANK YOU JESUS because it was SUPER cold there, like single digit cold!) because my husband is doing some training here for the military. I've been sparking on and off for the past 3 years or so, and I'm starting to get back on track. Feel free to visit my page, read blogs, etc. I'm loving San Antonio so far, and the people here are so friendly! It's great to be in San Antonio, and I can't wait to reach my weight loss goals with all of you!
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