Sarah is 30 years old and lives in South London, UK, with her partner and cats. She has had fibromyalgia since 2009 and is passionate about finding and sharing new coping strategies.
By day she works in corporate responsibility and the rest of the time she writes her blog, A Life Less Physical.
Being thankful with fibromyalgia is often not at the top of our to-do lists. But it’s important to look around, because there’s a lot to be thankful for.
"Over the years I've noticed a couple of practical things that make being at work easier," Sarah writes on the proper office chair for fibromyalgia.
"I guess you could say when it comes to my health, I’m a little skeptical." Sarah discusses considerations before joining a fibromyalgia clinical trial.
When you’re diagnosed with a chronic illness like fibromyalgia, it can be difficult to keep a steady job. Many spoonies find ways to make money from home.
"I’m a week into a fibro flare-up at the moment, so I’ve been keeping notes on how it actually feels." Sarah shares 18 things she's felt during her flare.
NewLifeOutlook community member Sarah Borien talks about her experience using hypnotherapy to help treat fibromyalgia and cope with chronic pain.
While the medical community is getting better at explaining the condition to patients and their family members, many still doubt that fibromyalgia is real.
Fibromyalgia misdiagnosis is not uncommon, so how do we cope with the possibility that maybe, just maybe, we don’t have fibromyalgia after all?
"This year I’ve set myself three new fibromyalgia resolutions to make 2016 the healthiest year yet," shares Sarah. Try these resolutions out for yourself!
"For one day I would like everyone in the whole world to know what fibromyalgia is." Sarah shares what people with fibro really want for Christmas.