$100 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway

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Our first giveaway in honor of Fibromyalgia Awareness month is a $100 Amazon gift card giveaway! First, the reason behind the giveaway – spreading awareness of the chronic illness, fibromyalgia.

Here is a list of all the giveaways currently underway. Winners will be drawn on Monday, June 1.

Fibromyalgia Awareness Day - May 12 - #fibromyalgia #fibromyalgiaawareness #fm #fibro


What is fibromyalgia?

Fibromyalgia is a syndrome that has widespread chronic pain that affects the muscles, ligaments, and tendons. It is an invisible illness because it’s symptoms cannot be seen by others. It is a multi-faceted disease and has a vast array of symptoms that each vary in degree of severeness. 

Fibromyalgia symptoms #fibromyalgia #fibromyalgiasymptoms

They are many treatments for fibromyalgia including medicinal, natural, physical, and alternative treatments.  Read about my daily natural treatment regiment.

Read all my posts in the fibromyalgia category.


Sharing information about fibromyalgia increases awareness which increases the funding for research. Please share this post (of course the giveaway!) with your friends, family, and others and help us spread the awareness of fibromyalgia!

Here is a list of events taking place for Fibromyalgia Awareness Day on May 12.

Now to the giveaway…

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What do you know about fibromyalgia? Please share in the comments.


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121 thoughts on “$100 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway”

  1. My first thought was of how many trips to the store that would save as well! Great (if foggy) minds think alike!

  2. As someone in their early 20’s who’s been diagnosed with fibro quite recently, your blog has been an invaluable source of help and tips to educate myself and others! Thank you 🙂

  3. Susan Christy

    I know that Fibro really lessens your quality of life, as I’ve witnessed its effects on one of my dear friends.

    1. Yes, it does; however, having friends and family understand this is important to a strong support system. Thank you for commenting!

  4. What do I know about Fibromyalgia? I know that it sucks… I was diagnosed with it in 2007 and it just seems to keep getting worse.

  5. I have suffered with fibromyalgia for over 12 years. I had to quit my job and file for disability last year…now waiting on an appeal. Fibromyalgia has robbed me of being able do things with my daughter…. Everything comes to a stand still when I have a severe flare up…I pray for a cure. I love shopping on Amazon as it does not require me to get out and go shop.

  6. I didn’t know a lot about Fibromyalgia until I read your blog. Thank you for sharing on Small Victories Sunday link up. I would buy a Roomba like vacuum if I won. I hate vacuuming, and I do it too much since I have a dog.

    1. Yes, it affects the muscles as well as the ligaments and tendons. It’s painful, but treatable. Thanks for reading and commenting!

    1. Thank you for taking the time for reading and commenting! Just one more person knowing about it will make a difference! Have a great day!

  7. I was diagnosed back in 2003 and went through many years just wallowing in it. I’ve since moved on and sometimes forget for months at a time that I have it. Then, it hits and knocks me out for days or weeks.

    1. I did the same thing when I was first diagnosed, then I got tired of being tired. Even under control the flare ups can knock me down for days. Thank you for commenting!

    1. I hope that you are able to learn more about fibromyalgia from my site. Prayers and gentle hugs to your mom and sister! Thank you for commenting.

    1. This is the perfect place to find out a little about it. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks for stopping by!

    1. I hope you can find plenty of information here on my site. Please contact me if you have any questions! thanks for commenting!

  8. I am always amazed at how many people still refuse to believe that fibro is real. We need to keep spreading the word, and boy, that Amazon Gift Card would sure help! 🙂

    1. Yes, I’m always amazed, too. And, yes, let’s keep spreading the awareness! Thanks for commenting!

  9. I know a lot about fibro! I am a physical therapist and I work with patients with fibromyalgia all the time.

    1. I had a love hate relationship with my physical therapist! haha She had great methods, but they initially hurt before feeling better. thanks for stopping by and commenting!

  10. I know that it was, for a long time, thought of as one of those “in their head” conditions, and, I suppose there are a few in the medical community that still cling to that though most are now saying it is a real diagnosis. As a person with early stage adrenal fatigue (high cortisol), I am right where Fibro patients used to be….we have to hunt for good doctors who believe that something is wrong even if your test score is only halfway as high (or low) as what is now recognized as a condition. I know that some Fibro sufferers spent years being told they were depressed, hypochondriacs, and even crazy just like those dealing with cortisol are dealing with now. I keep telling fellow sufferers that one day it will be a recognized diagnosis. Every “unseen” illness goes through this – fibromyalgia, CFS, etc….

    I know that I’m glad that the medical community is finally taking notice and trying to help those with these conditions rather than sending them home and telling them to “take a vacation” and it will all be better!

    1. I am currently going through the adrenal fatigue process with my physician. She seemed to doubt I knew what I was talking about, but I pressed it because I believe my hormones are off because of the chronic pain my body suffers. Thanks for stopping by and commenting!

  11. I was actually diagnosed with fibro mistakenly before finding out I had Ehlers Danlos Syndrome. My friends that do have fibro have many of the same symptoms I do and we even use similar treatments, so it was an easy mistake for the doctor to make!

    1. Many doctors do misdiagnose ailments for fibromyalgia because it can mimic so many other illnesses. In that way it can be dangerous. Thanks for commenting!

  12. Amanda Sakovitz

    I know a lot about it because I have it. I’ve tried just about everything but nothing really works. Its pretty frustrating to be honest.

    1. That is frustrating, Amanda, but don’t give up! You will find something that will work for you. Thank you for stopping by and commenting! I hope you find some relieve in my articles.

  13. I often think of Fibro as a monster in the body. Coupled with Candidasis= 2 monsters in the body. A vicious cycle of disease that affects every system of the body. INSOMNIA.

    I found your site over at the R&R Linky party. I am looking forward to digging around here.

    I love AMAZON! I love to read. 🙂 And buy supplements.

    1. Yes, it is like a monster in the body. Yikes! That sounds awful! I pray for healing for you, friend! Thanks for commenting!

  14. I know a lot about Fibromyalgia as I have had it for 21 years and am no longer able to work. It took 18 years of going to doctors before a few of the medical professionals would believe me about the type of pain I endure daily. However, since I moved to another state, I have more medical professionals questioning whether or not I truly have Fibromyalgia.

    1. I understand. My mom has had it since the 90s and she had to face a lot of ridicule in the earlier stages. A lot of “it’s in your head” type of stuff. It was painful for her. Thank you for commenting! Gentle hugs, fibro friend!

  15. My mom has fibromyalgia and has struggled with figuring out what was going on. She struggles daily but still keeps going.

    1. Most people with fibromyalgia have a daily struggle, but one would never know it by the way we have learned to adapt and push onward. Thank you for stopping by and commenting. have a great weekend!

  16. What do I know about fibro? It’s a pain in the neck. And the back, and the arms, and the legs, and the…well, the rest of my body!!

    Thanks for chances in this giveaway!

    1. Yes, it’s a pain in every part of the body including my eyes, ears, everywehre! Thanks for commenting!

  17. My first diagnosis was fibro, although that later changed. However I understand its a widespread pain illness with very few treatments

    1. Yes, it does have very few treatments and even fewer when I cancel out the medicated ones. Thanks for commenting!

  18. Fibro sucks. I’ve lived with it for too long, diagnosed in 2010 but probably been dealing with it at some level since I was a teenager.

  19. Melissa Vaught

    I know several women that have Fibro. I actually wonder if I may have it myself. I’m glad I found your blog! Lots of great info and people to chat with!

    1. If you have any questions, please contact me. I’m glad you found my site and I hope you can find all the information that you need. thanks for stopping by!

  20. I have a good friend who has fibro and she’s said that one of the most difficult things for her is having an “invisible” illness. It’s really tough when you look “fine,” but inside, you are in so much pain. I guess a lot of people don’t understand that, which is sad, esp. since it affects more woman then men and we woman need to support one another! <3

    1. Yes, you are absolutely correct! My husband said a few years ago, “I don’t understand how you’re in so much pain because you look happy and okay.” It is like that for many people. We are just good at living with the pain and smiling through it. Thanks for commenting!

  21. I have had fibromyalgia and CFS for the past twenty-three years. It has certainly been and up and down journey. I am glad to get to know others who deal with this and to help spread awareness.

    1. It helps to know others are experiencing it and you’re not alone. During this giveaway, I’ve had quite a few say they have never heard of fibromyalgia before and that is when I’m glad we try to spread awareness. Thank you for commenting!

  22. I know that fibromyalgia is usually misdiagnosed. Some doctors don’t really think there is such a thing. It’s very debilitating and painful.

    1. I wrote an article about fibromyalgia being real because, unfortunately, many physicians do not recognize it as a legitimate illness. Thank you for commenting!

  23. I know that family members who have fibromyalgia struggle on a day to day basis with pain and depression.

    1. Yes, we do. It’s great to have an effective support system of family and friends! Thanks for commenting!

  24. Having Fibro for 20 years now, I’ve learned that you never give up. God puts people and things in your path that helps you when you need it most. When you need to rest, rest. When you feel good, have some fun along with that work!
    God bless you for this blog!

    1. Awww, yes! That is exactly right about God. Fibromyalgia is tough especially with having kids, but I would not be as strong as I am had it not be for it. Thanks for commenting!

  25. What I know about fibro, I have largely learned from you as part of our blogging friendship. Before that I knew that it was an autoimmune disease like RA and that it often presents itself in patients with RA too. This is a great giveaway. Thanks for sharing with Small Victories Sunday linkup. Pinned to our linkup board and sharing on my social media too.

  26. I have friends with fibromyalgia and understand that it is painful and debilitating. I did not know it could cause temperature sensitivity which I have learnt from your site. thanks

    1. Yes, it is. And even now as I type, I am bundled in a robe with socks and an additional blanket while my family is comfortable with the a/c. Thank you for commenting!

  27. Ive read up on Fibro but dont know a lot. Its what we thought our daughter may have but luckily we were wrong.

  28. As a nurse, I am aware of Fibromyalgia. I see patients suffer greatly because of the chronic nature of in, often suffering from debilitating pain.

  29. I am aware of Fibro. One of my best friends suffers from this. She does holistic healing. It seems to work for her

    1. It actually affects the muscles, ligaments, and tendons, though often times it does feel like our bones hurting. 🙂 Thank you for commenting!

  30. Knew some people with this condition and never understood it until I did a report in nursing school, very debilitating disease. Thanks for sharing and making others aware

    1. You’ve come to the right place to learn more! Thank you for commenting! I know you will find everything you need.

    1. I know you will find everything about fibromyalgia here on my site; however, if you have an unanswered question, please contact me! Thank you for commenting!

  31. Tracy Robertson

    I worked for a chiropractor some years ago. Some of the patients had fibromyalgia so the chiropractor sat us all down for a lecture on it. From what I can remember fibro gives people lots of aches and pains and extra sensitivity. It sounds very uncomfortable!

  32. I attended a seminar for it over a decade ago and it is painful and people can have trouble getting it diagnosed.

  33. My best friend and two of my sisters have fibromyalgia . My Sis insisted she thinks I have it too because of my own issues. I know its real. Its painful. Its exhausting. Its invisable and its hard to find people who know very much including Doctors nurses ect. Sometimes its plain depressing.

  34. I know that Fibromyalgia is often misunderstood and symptoms are often unrecognized, causing it to remain undiagnosed for months or years. I also know that it is not a disease of the joints but is arthritis-related, effecting muscles. 🙂

  35. Unfortunately I don’t know a lot about fibromyalgia. If I remember correctly it affects the nerves.

  36. I don’t really know much about fibromyalgia. All I know is that it causes pain to the people who suffer from it.

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