Hello there WML,
Welcome to the forum. Sorry not to have replied sooner but I have been away for while. I have had SLE for 30+ years. I have been coming to this forum for a couple of years now and it has been such a wonderful, warm, friendly and informative place to be.
Thing is, remission differs for all of us, in length of time and frequency. So many things need to be looked at when you have lupus of any sort. Fatigue though is a major factor I believe for all people with lupus. The best thing for some people is to have a couple of hours rests in the afternoon, or when the tiredness really hits. Not possible for so many people though because of work, or children or a million other commitments they have. You have to learn to get to know and understand your body and do as it tells you.
Don't push and push if the tiredness is hitting you, take notice and act accordingly if you can. If you do overdo things, this is when the whole of your body can react and put you back into a not so good place for your lupus to start out throwing up symptoms again. Don't overdo things, but gentle exercise and fresh air, diet and - most importantly - knowledge of lupus are your best tools to keep on top of things to the best of your ability.
Keep on coming back, it's good to meet you. You will never be short of information, help and friendship here.