Migraines is not just a headache + Announcement

June is National Migraine & Headache Awareness Month.  It's only since being diagnosed with migraines have I started understanding how vast and severely debilitating a disease it is.

Migraine is a disabling disease that affects 37 million people in the United States.
If you know someone with migraines, be it a love one or a friend, co worker or even just an acquaintance, get to how the migraine is affecting them, and not just assume. Take 15 minutes to watch the video below to get a better understanding of what is a migraine.


For more info, you can get more information from the following organizations:

Readers here will know my sporadic schedule has been ongoing for the past year since I was first diagnosed with migraines. About several months ago, it has progressed and officially diagnosed as chronic migraines. Unfortunately, I have yet to find a good way to manage my migraines without it interfering with my life unexpectedly. I don't like to use the word disabling, but essentially it is a disabling disease, it has come to that. With that said, after much prayers, I've decided to close the Just Commonly blog, and all associated social media, with the exception of the Instagram account which will continue to be active, but will be suspended periodically when I need it. 

You can still find me on JustRead Tours, and of course IG as @justcommonly. I will still post reviews on retail sites as "justcommonly" once I have a better handle on this new way of life. 

Thank you ALL for the years of support. Just Commonly will be "live" through the rest of 2019. In addition, I have several giveaways planned for readers and supporters of the blog and social media coming up this summer to close it out. It will be easy entry and not advertise. Only for those who gets these emails or my social media feeds.  It's a small thank you.

My bookish sisters' blogs are always sites I recommend, and I'm sure most of you are already followers, but I'd still like to list them. Lol.

There's always Seekerville too, where you might see me periodically. Even if not, they have fabulous content daily and even archives are a wealth of info for writers and non-writers alike. 

I have a lot of great sites I follow and maybe I'll add a list one of these days. Anyways. Thank you again. Blessings to all.