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  1. Heidi

    Heidi: Fall

    #Fall - into routine Daily: Sleep Chronic Fatigue makes sleep elusive and fitful. Routine helps, so with that I'm hoping to #Fall back into a routine: Sauna or hot bath Writing a few pages each day, hopefully finding something that can get worked on well enough to turn in for the submission due on November 1. Knitting It seems to soothe me. Knitting helps me feel as though I'm not a useless slug even when I can barely do anything physically. It's a bonus that Vivian has started knitting with me and we are enjoying planning a blanket for her
  2. Hi all! I just wanted to say hello and introduce myself! I'm 33 and Australian (Queenslander!). I actually grew up in gymnastics, from age 4 to age 22 when I dislocated my knee and partially tore 14 ligaments in and around my knee, which put a rather abrupt end to my competitive/training career. It's all fine now, but I never got back into the gym as an athlete. I did however spend around 16 years coaching, and coached kids from 2 years to 35 year old adults through to international competitions and World Championships. Unfortunately, I had a pretty severe bout of chronic fatigue
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