Blogging for Endometriosis – Week 1 Giveaway!

Endometriosis Awareness Blogging Campaign

Endometriosis Awareness Month is off to a great start! I loved sporting my yellow! We had a great response for our kick-off giveaway and now thanks to our amazing sponsors, it is time for two more!

The first giveaway comes from amazing sponsor Pinned Pretty! This shop specializes in makeup bags and brush holders in fun, designer fabrics. What girl doesn’t love that?!

Pinned Pretty

Pinned Pretty has graciously donated one medium cosmetic bag and a beautiful pair of earrings for one lucky reader!

Endo Awareness Month Products

You can check out her shop on Etsy or find her shop on Facebook!

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The second giveaway for the day comes from Decorative Design Works! Decorative Design Works focuses on Art Deco, Art Nouveau, and Vintage style gifts and accessories for men and women. I create colorful, artistic iPhone cases, Ladies’ Compacts, Hip Flasks, Pill Boxes and more drawing on authentic vintage design and ornamentation. This shop is full of so many beautiful and amazing things!

Decorative Design Works

Decorative Design Works has generously donated one beautiful yellow pill box for one lucky reader!

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We are so thankful for all of our amazing sponsors! Please be sure to stop by and check out their shops (and maybe even leave them a note thanking them for their support for Endo awareness)!

This giveaway will be open all week and TWO winners will be drawn next Monday!

To enter today’s giveaways, check out the Week 1 Link-Up post that included writing about how living with endometriosis affects your life physically and comment about one of the posts that was shared! (This is mandatory!) 

For additional entries, share about this giveaway on twitter and/or Facebook! You can earn one additional entry for each action! Just leave an additional comment letting me know you shared!

p.s. I want to give a HUGE shout-out to my girl, Diane, who has been such an amazing partner in building this campaign and really help waive the rally flag and found so many sponsors that agreed to help our cause to raise awareness, education, and support! Give her a big round of applause!

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11 comments on “Blogging for Endometriosis – Week 1 Giveaway!

  1. cheryl says:

    i appreciate learning another aspect of your journey….and feel more confident in my decision to say no to lupron despite one doc REALLY pushing hard (luckily, others have been more respectful of my right to decide my treatment)

  2. I think it’s so interesting to listen to other people’s stories. Even though we don’t have the same chronic illness, we still journey along the same road. (sorry I posted this on the wrong post originally)

  3. Diane says:

    Awe. Thank you Jamee. It’s been a pleasure working with you. And has been SO fun seeing these businesses supporting our cause!

  4. Nikki says:

    This is a great giveaway and a great way to help raise awareness! I read Tori’s post, and even with having endo and knowing all i know about it, I didn’t know it could get into your hips/muscles! That’s so crazvy but inspiring how she lives with it.

  5. I read your post as well as Diane’s and man, what a difficult chronic illness endometriosis is. I had a laparoscopy to remove an ovarian cyst (dermoid cyst, it had hair inside of it) and they found a few lesions that they biopsied and tested for endometriosis because I have had horrible cramps for years and abnormal bleeding that I have to be on continual birth control for. These lesions tested negative but I have been having cramping/bleeding lately even while on the birth control and am going to make an appointment with my Gyn just to make sure things are okay… ugh, I already have enough chronic illnesses to deal with! I wish the best of treatment to everyone here and many pain-free days to come.

  6. brandy says:

    I read several of the ladie’s posts, but I was reading Nikki’s post and saw how she had to wait on getting her lap because of the cost. I hate how a lot of us have lack of insurance or great insurance which means putting off surgery!

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