I’ve been sharing about pacing, productivity and fibromyalgia for a while now. This post will give you a round up of my recent resources on how to get the things done, while adhering to pacing principles.
If you follow each one, one at a time, then it’s basically a course for pacing, productivity and fibromyalgia. Bookmark this page, watch the video, take notes, IMPLEMENT some ideas and come back for more.
These are the systems for how I manage chronic insomnia, chronic pain, chronic fatigue, four small children, writing books, managing this blog and working part-time!
The Productivity Hack You Need with Fibromyalgia
This video is all about the concept of micro tasking and how it can help you get the things done. This is how I have written three books, manage this blog, have four small children and manage fibromyalgia as well as possible.
Paced Planning Tutorial – How to Plan Your Day Using Pacing Principles
In this video I share all about how to plan your day for extra energy. I give you a tutorial on HOW to do it and share my process. There is an accompanying blog post here.
Accessible productivity for fibromyalgia
In this video I discuss the “justs” of common productivity, how rest is more efficient than getting up early, and what I do to manage as a mama of four with chronic illness.
My Secret Weapon – The Thing I NEED for my Pacing and Productivity to Work
People who have been around here a while will know what is coming. Yoga Nidra guided meditation is my full stop, total rest break that I take daily. It is profoundly restful and the only way I can manage through insomnia, poor sleep quality and chronic fatigue.
You can learn more about yoga nidra in this post all about it.
The concept underpinning it all – Pacing
This probably should have been first, and if this were a course, it would be what you start with. But this is something you need to watch, take notes, implement a few things here and there and come back to it again. I have a full, free pacing training available here.
Pacing, Productivity and Fibromyalgia Summary
As you can probably tell, this is my jam. I have been creating resources (and perfecting them) for a long time now. If you use these resources, they will help you.