Virtual Migraine Walk For Awareness – MHAM Blog Challenge: Day 6 II

photo credit: Ed Yourdon via photopin cc

photo credit: Ed Yourdon via photopin cc

Okay, so my husband reminded me that migraineurs probably won’t be able to do a walk (see Migraine Awareness Ideas – MHAM Blog Challenge: Day 6 Updated #3) lol. How could I forget that lol. So instead of a physical walk, we could do a virtual one. How?

Dress up in our purple, quirky migraine shirts (see #18 of my list), with our bracelets and or ribbons and post a VLOG on our different forms of social media with us walking in our homes explaining to viewers why our walk can’t be out in the sun 🙂.

We can let Oprah, Dr. Phil, The Today Show, local papers etc. know that millions of videos will be posted on a particular day so people will know to watch.

Or better yet (my husband is helping me to flesh this out as I type lol), someone can take about 100 of the videos and make quick clips featuring each person and what they have to say as they walk. Before showing the walkers a brief statement can be made about the purpose of the video, and the debilitating effects of migraine. It can end with a mosaic of as many migraineurs walking as possible with the song, “I Will Survive” in the back ground, or some other inspirational song. I still think individual VLOGs could be uploaded and hopefully the main one will go viral 🙂.

I’m SUPER EXCITED about this. Please LIKE, SHARE, TWEET, etc. so we can get this organised!!!

– Skylar 🙂

For more information on this blog challenge (hosted by the American Headache & Migraine Association (AHMA)), and/or to participate see more at: MHAM Blog Challenge 2014 .



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