Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Migraine & Headache Awareness Month 2014: Photo Challenge


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Please consider joining us for the Migraine & Headache Awareness Month Photo Challenge this June 2014. It's an easy and fun way to increase awareness of the realities of our lives with Headache Disorders through social media.

How to participate:
Take and share a photo each day of 2014 Migraine & Headache Awareness Month (MHAM) this June using the prompts listed below for inspiration. Use your creativity in interpreting the prompts. There is no right or wrong way to interpret them.

Share your photos on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Google+, your blog, etc. 

Use the hashtags #MHAM #MHAM14 and/or #MHAMPC so others can find & identify your photos.

2014 MHAM PHOTO CHALLENGE PROMPTS:
 
  • Day 1: comfort, peace, coping
  • Day 2: alone, lonely
  • Day 3: sleep
  • Day 4: pain
  • Day 5: hobbies
  • Day 6: alive
  • Day 7: color
  • Day 8: desire
  • Day 9: weather
  • Day 10: relief
  • Day 11: sad
  • Day 12: mood
  • Day 13: unmasked
  • Day 14: daily routine
  • Day 15: technology
  • Day 16: distraction
  • Day 17: self-care
  • Day 18: shadows
  • Day 19: self-portrait
  • Day 20: essentials
  • Day 21: love
  • Day 22: funny
  • Day 23: nature
  • Day 24: awareness, advocacy
  • Day 25: healthy habit
  • Day 26: knowledge
  • Day 27: migratude - explanation: http://bit.ly/15K348e
  • Day 28: guilty pleasure
  • Day 29: community (day of 2014 American Headache & Migraine Association (AHMA) Conference in Los Angeles)
  • Day 30: gratitude
To learn more about other Migraine & Headache Awareness Month 2014 activities and events, please visit the American Headache & Migraine Association blog at: AHMA Blog.



Content by Diana E. Lee.

DISCLAIMER: Nothing on this site constitutes medical or legal advice. I am a patient who is engaged and educated and enjoys sharing my experiences and news about migraines, pain and depression. Please consult your own health care providers for advice on your unique situation.