I'm not one of the ladies, but...
I have to plan things such as yardwork, housework, etc.
These "projects" have to be done early obviously, either due to the heat outside, or the lack of desire to do them as the day wears on.
I've found what works for me energy wise, and use it sparingly to get these jobs done. Also I don't try to do too much at one time, or I'll end up paying for it later that evening.
What I really love to do, I can't anymore, and that's okay. I was building a car when all this hit, and I don't have the strength to turn the wrenches anymore. So I do what I can, and pay for (when I save up for it) the work I'm unable to do.
As for the other projects at home, if I didn't use something to get me going, I'd never get out of my recliner except to go to work each day.
So what do I use? 2 donuts or a pastry with some sort of icing on it. I prefer donuts because I live 1 mile from a wonderful locally owned store. See, when I was a kid I wasn't allowed to have sugar due to hyperactivity. When whatever I have hit me in 2007, I started using a few donuts to get me going. *I always make sure I put protein in with them such as a protein shake, otherwise you'll burn off the donuts and your muscles will need something to fuel them.
My wife has been very supportive, but she can't cut the yard, or use the lawn equipment, and that leaves me to do it. LOL
You come to accept things over time, for me it's been 4 years.
Yeah there are a few other things around the house I loved doing that I can no longer do because of fatigue and pain, but until I get a diagnosis, I have to accept it, and be thankful for the abilities I still have.