Here’s your opportunity to treat yourself to a box made just for migraine sufferers!
I am an affiliate of ChronicAlly Box which means if you purchase a box I will receive a small compensation for my recommendation. Thank you! I am pleased to tell you about this fabulous box made just for Migraine Awareness Month!
What is ChronicAlly Box?
“The FIRST ever Chronic Illness Woman & Girl’s Health & Beauty Subscription Box. We’re so glad that you’re here! Have a look around and pick out your favorite subscription! If you’re here buying a gift for a chronically chic loved one, be sure to check out our Gift Bar! Sign up for our mailing list to receive an email including a code to get 10% off for life!”
“To celebrate & keep the Migraine Awareness going, ChronicAlly Box will be curating a LIMITED EDITION Migraine Awareness Box for July’s Delivery! We will be taking Migraine Box orders now until June 20th!”
“Purchase off of The Gift Bar, or if you already have a subscription, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and specify that you want your July CAB to be this LIMITED EDITION Migraine ChronicAlly Box!”
I reviewed a box for ChronicAlly and really loved it!!! I’ve now purchased a Migraine Awareness Box and can’t wait to receive it in July.
This year, I started a virtual team for Miles for Migraine. “Miles for Migraine is a registered 501(c)(3) Non-Profit with the mission of improving the lives of migraine patients and their families, raising public awareness about headache disorders, and helping find a cure for migraine. Miles for Migraine produces fun run events, typically 5k and 10k races to raise money for migraine research, and also hosts youth camps for kids and teens impacted by migraine or other headache disorders.”
I love this race because we all can participate virtually. My goal is to raise $300 in honor of my blog being 3 years old this summer!
Please go to my pledge page and make a donation if you are able. All or part of your donation may be tax deductible as a charitable contribution.
The fundraiser will go through the month of June in honor of Migraine Awareness Month. If you’d like to see me reach a goal, please specify and I will do my best to honor it. If you’d like to make a miles goal, please take a picture of yourself making those miles for My Migraine Life and I will happily post it and give encouragement as always.
The great part is, no race day, no big commitment, just motivation. If you don’t have the money to donate, please participate by walking a mile or moving one day and tag me in your success.
I want to thank any of you in advance for your donation and participation. The smallest amount makes the biggest difference. THANK YOU!
*Once you’ve donated and/or made a commitment to walk a mile, don’t forget you have a chance for something FREE!!!! Enter my giveaway for a Migraine Awareness Band that ends 6/10/2017 Enter NOW!!!
This week I will be doing a *giveaway* of 2 Migraine Awareness bands. The official color of Migraine and Headache Awareness Month is purple. These bands are a perfect complement to anything you are wearing and promote conversation and ways to spread awareness.
The contest runs 6/2/2017 (12am) through 6/10/2017 (12am)
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Migraine and Headache Awareness month begins today! I will fully admit that I may be a bit behind on posting due to a cycle of migraine that just will not go away! I will be participating and challenging myself each day to do some kind of advocacy for migraine and headache awareness.
Day one is simple:
I’m asking you to share this post and invite others to follow:
My Migraine Life
I think you will be shocked to see who suffers from migraine and headache disorders. I can’t tell you how many people I have run into that say, “I don’t suffer like you, but I do get headaches or migraines in my own way……” We all suffer differently but can learn so much from each other. By others following they can learn from my experiences and I can learn from theirs. Supporters (parents, friends, co workers, bosses, neighbors) will learn how to help a loved one and understand the depths of migraine and headache disorders.
Knowledge is power and following will give you added power to fight!
This month My Migraine Life will be giving you opportunities to:
· WIN a giveaway
· Fundraise for migraine and headache disorders
· Learn new information
· Find and receive ways of support
· Make some social media “noise”
Some events allow you to spend your money on fundraisers or products that help sufferers. Some events don’t require money and only ask for your participation. Some events are to teach you while others are to support you. There is a variety of ways to make Migraine and Headache Awareness Month a success.
So first things first…….follow and share on all social media to get as many involved as possible. Together we can make a difference!
Money raised for Migraine Research Foundation through Jamberry fundraiser. It “raises money to fund research into the causes of migraine, to develop improved treatments for sufferers, and to find the cure.”
A lot happened during Migraine Awareness Month. I learned, hopefully taught, raised money and did my part to raise awareness. Migraine is underfunded and therefore sufferers aren’t being treated properly for their specific needs. Stigma and understanding need to change in many ways and any advocacy helps. Thank you to anyone who participated, shared, and supported migraine awareness this month and everyday
I found this graphic particularly interesting. I personally donate to these very deserving foundations each year with no exception. While supporting these charities, I have never been to a walk, golf outing, fundraiser, or event dedicated to Migraine. So while I’m giving money to others, who is giving money to help my cause?
While watching the Cavs last night I had no choice but to compare Cleveland sports to my migraines. I did this not because watching them gives me a headache and nauseous, although it has, but because it gives me hope. When the TV flashed, “last time Cavs won a championship…NEVER” my heart pounded and head filled with thoughts of possibilities. With the theme of Migraine Awareness Month being hope, I had no choice but to make a comparison. Watching losing teams year after year can be defeating just like losing year after year of having Chronic Migraines. I continue to change my line up and think positively but more often than not a season slips through my fingers. This year we had hope. I find it ironic that I started my blog a year ago and my fight changed. When LeBron came back, things changed. LeBron embarrassed me, angered me, and frustrated me in the past. All of these feelings I have felt with my disease. It’s like, just when we had something going, it left and practically laughed in my face. I’ve been there, done that more times than I’d like to remember with my pain. But then he came back and I was optimistic, excited, and encouraged. Once again, all the things I have felt with blogging, new medications, surgery, and more. So the finals came and we got injured. They said we couldn’t do it. Then another hit and we were down another man. Our team battled. Just like any good athlete and true sufferer knows, you fight. With these changes came strength from the bench that was unexpected. I have amazed myself at the times I thought I was completely down and found another source of strength to get me through. In the game last night, I had hope. Hope that the “never” would turn into the “now.” The thought of winning a championship that had never been won gave me hope that maybe my battle wouldn’t always be a loss. History would be or could be changed. Things would be exciting and new and different. The hope of something different for Cleveland gave me hope for something different in myself. I know it sounds crazy, but seeing something many thought impossible become possible is inspiring. Until the last second of the game, those boys fought. They were down but they were not out and never gave up. Even though we lost, they taught us a good lesson. There is hope, the impossible is possible or at least something that can be within grasp and to never give up. They may not have won, but not every victory is a championship. Hope is looking forward. #AllinClev #AllinMigraine #AllinHope