Migraine Bracelet Giveaway
This week I will be doing a giveaway of a migraine bracelet. I’m giving away 2! The official color of Migraine and Headache Awareness Month is purple. These bands perfectly complement anything you wear and promote conversation and ways to spread awareness.
Migraine and Headache Awareness Month 2017
How to win a Migraine Bracelet?
Comment on this post. What migraine awareness bracelet do you like?
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The contest runs 6/2/2017 (12am) through 6/10/2017 (12am)
No purchase is necessary. US residents only. This promotion is not sponsored, endorsed, administered by, or associated with Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. You understand that you are providing your information to the owner of My migraine Life and her social media and not to them.
Migraine awareness band winner 2016
I would wear this for me and all other migraine sufferers. Love your blog! #migraineawareness
Thank you for the support????????????
Thank you! I wear mine for the same reasons!!! Good luck 🙂
Thank you for following and supporting also!
Your blog is great, full of good advise about the trials and tribulations of living with migraine. I’d wear the bands for myself.
Thanks for being a loyal reader! Good luck!
I’d wear the band, year round, hoping and praying that an amazing discovery is just around the corner!
Love this band! I would love to have one please
I would wear mine for me and all the other warriors out there!
Love the bracelet! Ordered a migraine warrior baseball cap a week ago!
I would wear mine to spark conversation and try too being some awareness to our invisible disease.
I love that! Good luck!
I would wear this for me! It would be easier to spread awareness of this debilitating condition.
These are lovely wristbands! I would proudly wear it, for myself, a Chronic Migraine and Chronic Daily Headache sufferer, and for everyone else living and surviving our disease.