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Blogging for Endometriosis – Week 3 Giveaways!

Endometriosis Awareness Blogging Campaign

I cannot believe Endo Awareness Month is already half over! If you are just now joining us, you can catch up by reading the Week 1 (Physical Impact), Week 2 (Mental Impact), and Week 3 (Social Impact) post link-ups! Also congrats to the winners of the Week 2 giveaways – Alison, Idome, & Charlie! You should have received emails from me!

Thanks to our AH-MAZ-ING sponsors, we have another 3 giveaways to offer this week to you awesome participants!

Jewelry for Endometriosis Awareness

First up, we have Our Silver Lining! Shop owner Gina opened her shop in 2009 to help Endometriosis research so hopefully one day girls with this disease with have a cure and a way to prevent it. A percentage of the profits of each piece sold are donated to the Endometriosis Research Center to help fund efforts to raise awareness and find a cure for endometriosis! She has gracious donated this beautiful pair of earrings for one lucky winner:

Our Silver Lining Endometriosis Awareness Jewelry

Yellow Chain Earrings

 

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Art Studio 54

 

Our next featured sponsor is Art Studio 54! This shop specializes in not only beautiful photographs and artwork but super cute iPhone cases as well! We are incredibly thankful for their generosity and their donation! One lucky winner will receive this beautiful piece of artwork:

Photography Artwork Created by Art Studio 54 The Woods in Fall

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Our last featured sponsor for the week is 38 Grace Street! Owner and designer, Jennifer, describes the mission of her shop is all about creativity, fun, and beauty! Her shop is filled with some of the cutest headbands I have ever seen! Abby is a headband nut and its hard not to pick up one of each! She has donated an adorable gray and yellow headband to giveaway to one lucky reader:

38 Grace Street Chevron Bow Headband

Grey Shabby Flowers with Yellow Chevron Bow Headband

I may want to keep this headband for myself since it matches my blog colors so well 🙂

To enter this weeks’ giveaway, simply leave a comment sharing one positive thing that has come out of being diagnosed with endometriosis (or another chronic illness) or if you have not been diagnosed yourself, one positive thing you have learned about those living with endometriosis through this awareness campaign!

That’s it! 3 winners will be drawn next Monday! Be sure to stop by all of the sponsors’ shops and give them a big thank you! I continue to be amazed by the outpouring of support for this awareness campaign!

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4 comments on “Blogging for Endometriosis – Week 3 Giveaways!

  1. Tori says:

    In the process of being diagnosed, I’ve become a very strong advocate for having pain treated as a symptom meriting consideration and management in its own right. That is, regardless of the cause of pain, pain itself deserves to be taken seriously by health care providers, friends and family, employers and coworkers, etc.

    There’s still a big stigma against people who experience pain and speak up about it — that they’re whiny, exaggerating, drama queens, lazy, weak. I’d like to end that.

  2. cheryl says:

    meeting Jamee! and all the other fighers out there….even if i is all online. the community can make you feel understood, heard, and valued. it shows me heroes who earn the title simply by fighitng pain to attend a preschool graduation or some other moment.

  3. Jenny Sanchez says:

    A postive thing that has come from being diagnosed with a chronic illness.(I have Ulcerative Colitis) is seeing the support from some of my family and friends. You see who truly cares and supports you. I have also made friends with others with chronic illnesses like support for one another!!

  4. Charlie Marie Kenealy says:

    Despite all the negatives and hurdles we have to overcome as endometriosis sufferers. The positive is I feel I have bonds with girls all over the world. Girls that have supported me in a time of need. That understand. The strength we all give each other, after all the humiliation and long time it takes in been diagnosed. Were stronger physically and mentally when we realise we are not so much alone <3

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