I’m taking a brief break from my Mayo Clinic posts to share a bit of fun news…
You may remember, I was quite excited when Alltop created a page for the top fibromyalgia news. Well, consider me thrilled. Recently, a reader brought to my attention the fact that My Life with Fibro has been added to two additional sites as a recommended resource for fibrofolks.
- Masters in Health Care – 50 Great Blogs for Fibromyalgia Support
- says folks should read My Life with Fibro “for lessons in how chronic pain can lead to some surprising self-awareness and insight”
- made me blush with their sweet summary
- includes many other (49, to be exact) sites you should check out
- The Daily Reviewer – Top Fibromyalgia Blogs
- is quite similar to Alltop
- features links to recent articles from each of the featured blogs
Thank you for your continued support and contributions. I feel much like I did this night, when I waxed all sentimental. I am humbled by the compliment paid to me by Masters in Health Care. As I alluded to here and here, my primary goal when I started My Life with Fibro was to bring folks with fibromyalgia together and encourage them to learn from each other. I hoped to raise morale by raising awareness.
My goals remain unchanged.
What are your goals? Why do you blog? Why do you tweet? If you don’t mind me asking, why do you read My Life with Fibro? What more could I do for you?
I am compiling a list of questions folks have sent me regarding all things Mayo Clinic. If you have one to add to the list, leave a comment or, if you’re more comfortable, email me kate at mylifewithfibro dot com. I will post the answers in the next week or so.