Michelle, keep in mind the chemo is zapping your blood counts and fatigue is totally normal in this crazy game. Don't be too hard on yourself! Dr. Wicha advised me to "keep exercising" during chemo, and I said "You mean start exercising!" He advised me to walk at least a mile a day, esp during chemo...which I did Feb-April. I just put on a hat and bundled up and went....I think it did help my energy level. After tx, I got a dog and he gets me walking every day. SOmetimes we go for 45-50 minutes, other days (like rain) we just go around the block, but I read that those who walked after dx had a less chance of recurrance. You may look up the research on that topic for motivation...but remember that you will most likely be slower and weaker till you finish chemo.
You may also talk to a nutritionist at the U to see about
certain foods that may help your energy and strength. I think I was allowed to meet twice for free with one at the cancer center there.
My advice is to take it slow and stay in the game, just to keep the routine going. Your strength and stamina will come back, just be patient...
Hope you are well and enjoying our heat wave!