Travel Tips: July 2013 Headache Disorders & Migraine Carnival

Welcome to the July 2013 edition of the Headache Disorders & Migraine Blog Carnival.

Our theme for this edition is: Share your tips & tricks for having fun during your vacation despite the limits imposed by Migraine & Headache Disorders.

Read on for all the helpful ideas shared by this month’s contributors.
Ellen S. shares Migraine & Chronic Illness: Preparing for the Vacation of a Lifetime at her blog Migraine Interrupted.

Migrainista shares Traveling with Migraines.

Candy Meacham shares Tips for Trips at Art of Migraine.

Casey Russell-Graham shares Traveling with Chronic Migraines and Chronic Cluster Headaches at My Life with the Beast.

First-time contributor Kat shares Having Fun During Your Vacation Despite Chronic Pain at her blog Happy Healthy 365.

Stefanie Davis shares I Wanna See the World at The Migraine Chef.

Julie G Schreiber shares Tips & Tricks for Having Fun on Your Vacation Despite the Limits Imposed by Migraine & Headache Disorders at her blog Julie G 350: Day in the Life with Migraines.

I’m sharing Travel Tips for Migraine Patients: 3 Ideas at my blog Somebody Heal Me.

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Kerrie Smyres shares an off-topic submission, The Internal Critic, at her blog The Daily Headache.

Finally, Nancy Harris Bonk also shares an off-topic submission, My Migraine Cycle and Steroids, at Closing the SEAMS in Migraine and Headache.

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Planning ahead? Here’s what you need to know about the upcoming August 2013 Headache Disorders & Migraine Blog Carnival.

Theme: Suicide & Headache Disorders

Host: Closing the SEAMS in Migraine & Headache, Nancy Harris Bonk

Submission Deadline: midnight, Friday, August 9, 2013

Carnival Posted: Monday, August 12, 2013

More Information:

Questions about the next edition or anything related to the carnival? Feel free to post a comment here or send me an email at [email protected]

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.