Sunday Fundraiser Day And More

What are your plans for this wonderful Sunday? THe Dysautonomia Support Network has lots going on!

DSN online Fundraiser Shopping Event

Check out the DSN Online Shopping Fundraiser Event with vendors who will be donating a portion of the proceeds to the Dysautonomia Support Network.

Make sure you RSVP as “Going” to get notifications for free product giveaways! When entering the event, click on discussions or see all posts to shop.

Vendors include Thirty One Gifts, Mary Kay, Spoonspirations (Awareness), The Cocoa Exchange, Pampered Chef, Avon and more!

Tonight’s Vendor Spotlight is with Mary Kay – Danielle Coughlan, Independent Sales Director – who will be donating 40% of her sales to DSN! Wow!!

Check out her website – – and enter the comment code #dyssupport to ensure it is counted towards the fundraiser. 

Make sure to take a look at their newest product – the Charcoal Mask!!

🌚 It’s time!! Independent beauty consultants can now order Mary Kay’s BRAND NEW Charcoal mask! It is officially released!

🤷🏻‍♀️ SO WHY MASK? ⬇️
▪️ Hydrates Your Skin
▪️ Removes excess oil
▪️ Pulls out impurities
▪️ Deeper clean than a cleanser
▪️ Makes your skin glow
▪️ Minimizes appearance of pores

❌ Damages, rips, and stretches pores
❌ Pulls out your peach fuzz on your face!!
❌ Removes the first layer of skin only
❌They HURT!!! 😭

▪️ Activated charcoal binds to the dirt, toxins, impurities, and bacteria allowing for a process called ADsorption (not absorbing) to take place by bringing everything to the surface. (See the darker spots in my picture? That’s the adsorption process taking place! EWWW but cool, right?)
▪️Pores become less visible because dirt and oil makes them appear bigger
▪️It contains no glue, so you rinse off the mask- avoiding damaging the skin.


EDS Awareness Month Fundraiser

For EDS Awareness Month, I’m doing a fundraiser for DSN. All money donated goes directly to DSN to use for support, scholarships, research, education, and more!

I will be giving thank you gifts for donations – EDS Necklaces, bracelets, earrings, keychains and more!

Prize Station!!


DSN Book Club

The DSN Book Club is meant to inspire, enlighten and enable us to overcome the unique challenges we face with chronic illness and pain by exploring a variety of books throughout the year that bring out our inner strength and keep us moving forward.

Don’t forget to check out DSN’s New Lifestyle groups as well as their state support groups.

So much going on today that you can do in your comfy pjs or Lularoe – shop online, donate for a good cause, get support, join discussions, and/or read a book. What are you going to do? Let me know in the comments below!


Tree of Hope

Please help me raise funds for Dysautonomia Support Network; an organization near and dear to my heart.

This amazing charitable, non-profit organization helps support patients and increase awareness of an illness of which I suffer. It would mean a lot to me if you could help – plus this t-shirt is adorable!!

imageAren’t these shirts cute?? Plus you’ll be helping a great cause!

imageA little about the Dysautonomia Support Network:

imageThe Dysautonomia Support Network is a U.S. based 501 (c) (3), non-profit organization providing support, resources, education and advocacy for patients affected by the many forms of Dysautonomia and related conditions such as Connective Tissue Disorders, Mast Cell Activation Disorders, Chiari Malformation and Gastric Motility Disorders.

Volunteers are trained to help patients through every stage of their journey, from diagnosis to advocacy. THey promote a positive but realistic environment and a sense of community in our national and state chapters.

What is Dysautonomia? Well, here’s the short answer:

Dysautonomia (or autonomic neuropathy) is a term for various conditions in which the autonomic nervous system (ANS) does not work correctly. Dysautonomia is a type of neuropathy affecting the nerves that carry information from the brain and spinal cord to the heart, bladder, intestines, sweat glands, pupils, and blood vessels.

There is no cure. There are only a few treatment options available. Very few  doctors have an understanding of this illness and even fewer specialize. It took me 10+ years of seeing countless doctors before I was diagnosed and another 10 years before I found doctors who  are actually able to work, treat, and manage my illness.



I hope you grab one of these great shirts as your donation will help spread awareness. Help educate doctors and patients alike. Help research new treatments and look for a cure.