Again, just speaking for me too but if my rheumy were to take my bloods into account before treating me I would probably have landed in hospital several times over the last couple of years. My bloods rarely show much and certainly don't, in any way, reflect how I feel. I can have very severe inflammation issues going on and yet have little or no inflammation showing in bloods.
It all depends on whether, objectively, the symptoms you feel are "mild" or if they are more severe and seriously affecting your quality of life.
It sounds as if you could be putting up with the "new normal" but it could also be a question of looking into whether you have sufficient treatment for your disease acitivity or maybe you haven't been on treatment for long enough yet and things will improve a lot once it kicks in fully.
Also, as lazylegs mentioned, rest is extremely important in managing this disease and no amount of meds can replace it. Sometimes, through work and family obligations, we are still doing far too much and need to learn to pace ourselves more, find ways to rest during the day, leave some daily chores to others...
just some thoughts,