Jennifer Herrera is a 30-something liberal studies graduate. She worked with children for about eight years before she was diagnosed with fibromyalgia and lupus.
Blogging and creating videos became an outlet that helped Jennifer to cope with the pain. Her goal is to support others by sharing her story.
You can see more of Jennifer's videos on her YouTube channel.
Keeping a steady job can be difficult for people living with a chronic illness. If you can relate, then making money at home may be a good option for you.
The two common symptoms of fibromyalgia are fatigue and brain fog. The symptoms are frustrating to deal with but there are ways to cope.
It can be easy to focus on the negative things when you live with fibromyalgia. Instead, concentrate on the things to be thankful for with fibromyalgia.
As someone living with fibromyalgia, chances are you can relate to Jennifer who shares things that only people living with fibromyalgia can understand.
Building a fibromyalgia safe haven can help reduce stress, pain, minimize triggers and pitfalls. Try using these tips for building a safe haven at home.
Winter weather can worsen fibromyalgia symptoms. Watch this video for some tips on how you can survive the winter when living with chronic pain.
Traveling can be a fun and exciting experience, but traveling with fibro can be difficult. Jennifer shares her tips for traveling with fibromyalgia.
NewLifeOutlook contributor Jennifer discusses the emotional impact fibromyalgia can have and shares her thoughts and tips for coping.
Living with a chronic illness is draining, so it's helpful to conserve energy in any way possible. We look at ways to make everyday tasks a little easier.
NewLifeOutlook community member Jennifer Herrera explains the spoon theory and how it can helpful for both describing your condition and finding support.