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Fibromyalgia and CFS

February 25 2007 Fibromyalgia and CFS Newsletter

Hi everyone,

Hope all is well this week. I have been running crazy since Monday. I paid for it yesterday-plus a tornado touched down in the neighborhood down the street from mines. Although I feel for the people who got their homes damaged, I am thankful that it skipped mine. I didn't need that stress right now.

There is some good news! Part of the insanity was landing a major client for my business. If you've already seen my Bella profile, you'll see that I'm a Direct Sales Marketing Coach. One of my clients hired me in December to develop a training program for their distributors. Recently, she was featured on Oprah displaying her natural hair care line. Now, the company has been bombarded with orders and people wanting to distribute their products. So, now I have the task of contacting these people and signing them to the distribution program, and of course, training them later. The client is Eden Body Works at . Jasmine is a 15 year old that created this Jojoba line of products at the age of 11 after her hair fell out from a chemical relaxer. She developed a chemical free line of products. I felt that this line of products was appropriate for the article this week.

Needless to say, I'm a tad late writing my article this week, and I'm getting ready to post some of your thoughts and blogs on the Vanish Despair blog. But, I will start posting a few times before the newsletter, and I will put a subscription feed on there for those who would like the updates to come directly to their mailbox. It's slow, but I'm getting there. I love the comments already posted, and I'm sure you will also-so check it out.

Here's the latest article from the Fibromyalgia and CFS site at

Decrease Pain by Removing Toxins
Toxins can build up in the liver and muscles contributing to pain, fatigue and other symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia. This article will provide a few tips for a cleaner, toxin-free lifestyle.

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Veronica E. Thomas, Fibromyalgia and CFS Editor

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