My Migraine Life 2016 Highlights

My Migraine Life 2016 Highlights

My Migraine Life 2016 highlights, time to reflect.

My Migraine Life has become more than I could have ever imagined and helped so many this year!  The feedback, comments, shares, and personal emails have touched my heart, THANK YOU!!! I have tried to give back as much as I’ve been given, and that’s a lot!

Happy New Year’s Eve 2016

My Migraine Life 2016 Highlights

The Real Housewive’s experience with Lyme disease (and how she speaks for invisible awareness)

Himalayan Salt Lamp

Excedrin Migraine Commercial

Botox, Topomax, and preventatives

Weather swings

Stomachaches and migraine

Spoon theory

My dog and migraine

When everything stops working

What’s your diagnosis

Please check out some of the posts you may have missed, re-read your favorites, share with others, and keep passing on that migraine is more than just a headache.  It’s my life.  I hope that people are learning, finding comfort and knowledge through all that I share.

Re-Read Highlights

A top Migraine Blogger for 2015

Goodbye 2014

Look forward to What’s Ahead

Resolution for 2017

[UPDATED]

Best My Migraine Life posts of 2017

Take Away 2018: My Migraine Life

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Sarah Rathsack

I tell stories of My Migraine Life. I'm a mom, wife, teacher, and chronic migraine sufferer. I tell my stories and advocate in my life searching for health in a positive honest way.

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