5 Things I Would Tell My Former Self About Living With Migraine

Lessons learned from a decade of living with migraine

Honolulu, Hawaii over head beach photo
    Accepting your diagnosis doesn’t mean giving up your ambitious plans to wander the world. It just means making room in your life to manage this chronic condition so that you can continue to travel and experience life beyond a hospital bed.
    Sunny Fitzgerald

    Sunny Fitzgerald

    Sunny Fitzgerald grew up immersed in the health care industry. (Her father worked as the maintenance supervisor of a hospital and her stepmother works in physical therapy and occupational medicine.) An incurable addiction to understanding the lives and landscapes of the world led her to become a writer and travel consultant. Her work has been published in National Geographic, The New York Times, BBC, and more. Sunny has sporadic hemiplegic migraines, a rare neurological condition with symptoms that mimic a stroke.