Hi, I am new to daily strength. I live in a state that gets severely cold winters. Having CFS I suffer more in the winter than I do in the warmer months. In the winter I am pretty much confined to the house because the pain associated with the CFS is so bad. I am currently in need of a good system to make life easier when I am immobilized in the winter.My husband who works full time is the only person that I have to help me to run errands and stuff when it gets cold so I am trying to create a system that will help to balance every thing out, get things done and take some of the strain and stress off of my husband. I already have our budget and bills covered. I have been working on meal plans and shopping lists. We recently moved to a more convenient location. I do all that I can around the house that doesn't involve me going outside. I have plenty of hobbies and skills that I can utilize inside. I am currently lookinginto some things I can do from home to bring in some extra money. I could use some more input on that but I have a lot of ideas already. Due to the fact that I have multiple medical problems in addition to CFS I am no longer to work a regular job. However I don't qualify for Disability benefits or medicaid. Because of that I can't get linked up with some of the special programs that are offered to Disabled people in my area. So that is why I must create my own system. Are there any other CFS patients out there that have a system that works or possibly some helpful tips that might be able to help me out? I am more than willing to listen and try anything that might help. Winter is almost here so I have to get on the ball.
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