I committed to doing NaNoWriMo this year and started off well. But my work schedule and limited energy due to my illness (Fibromyalgia) have stressed me out of writing. Everyday, I have been verbally harassing myself for not writing enough so the flow of words have literally left. My muse has had enough and she
The slowest knitter in the world is knitting a sweater with a hoodie. It would be more practical to stick with a scarf but I went all out and started a sweater. To add to the challenge I also learned how to knit Portuguese style. I signed up for a class with Andrea Wong on
After debating since Camp NaNoWriMo in July, I finally committed to NaNoWriMo this year. I'm planning my novel now with character descriptions and backstories. I have the rough outline of the scenes. But I have never written fantasy so now I have a world to build which is uncharted territory. From my scenes, I know
Fibromyalgia causes widespread pain and the medication (Gabapentin) I am on doesn't help that much. When I am stressed, I don't sleep well. The lack of sleep increases the pain and then I can't sleep because of all the pain. I recently went two days without any sleep and still had to go to work.
My doctor prescribed Citalopram to help me with menopause symptoms - night sweats, hot flashes, moodiness, and insomnia. I took 20 milligrams and did well since it resolved the symptoms of menopause I had without side effects at that point. It was nice to get good sleep without the covers on and the covers off.