7 Migraine & Headache Helpers

Black, white and red image saying '7 migraine and headache helpers' as the cover image for the post.

In the US, June 2019 is National Migraine & Headache Awareness month.

Both can be miserable to deal with, and many people will require specialist treatment or prescription medication to treat migraines. I know that only Sumatriptan will touch my chronic migraines. However, there are a few things that make managing them a little more tolerable, at least in terms of eye & head symptoms. Some of these products I’ve personally used & recommend, others I’ve come across & wanted to share in case they can help anyone else.

1. 4head Stick

The 4head stick is something I’ve had to hand for a few years now. It’s designed for tension headaches and although it won’t make a bad headache go away, can provide a little gentle relief when you’re dealing with general headaches and migraines. It’s very convenient to use and it’s small, so it can easily go in your bedside drawer or your bag when you’re out and about. Simply uncap it and smooth it, like a chubby pencil, over your forehead slowly a few times. The levomenthol (peppermint) is quite calming and refreshing and it works quickly.

Image of the 4head stick with a clickable link to Amazon.

Amazon UK

2. Therapearl Eye Mask For Migraine, Headache & Puffy Eyes

The Therapearl eye mask is something I use regularly and couldn’t live without. This is a gel eye pack with pearls, so it’s nicely flexible to mould to your head and/or eye area or wherever you put it. It can be used hot and cold. I keep it in the freezer to use cold, but you can also pop it in the microwave to use it as a heat pack. It’s incredibly soothing for headaches and a must-have for me on my eyes with a migraine because I get awful pain in my left eye.

Image of the therapearl eye mask with a clickable link to Amazon.

Amazon UK / Amazon US

3. Kool’n’Soothe

This brand do two different formats with a similar concept of providing a cooling, soothing sensation. The Kool’n’Soothe Rollerball is designed to cool your temples/forehead, and massaging with the rollerball can be soothing when a migraine or headache is pounding your skull. As with the 4head stick, it’s pocket-sized so it’s convenient to use anywhere.

Image of the rollerball with a clickable link to Amazon.

Amazon UK

The second are gel sheets. This strips can be stuck to the forehead for up to 8 hours of soothing. As they’re non-medicinal, they’re safe to use so they should be suitable for everyone, including during pregnancy.

Image of the gel sheets with a clickable link to Amazon.

Amazon UK / Amazon US

4. Blackout Eye Mask

A straightforward eye / sleeping mask can provide a blackout when your head’s thumping and your eyes are sensitive. For me, a migraine means I need darkness. Go for a soft fabric, wide contours for more coverage, and an adjustable or elasticated strap that’s comfortable. In addition to an eye mask I now also have blackout curtains in my bedroom.

Image of a blue eye mask with a white star and moon pattern, with a clickable link to Amazon.

Amazon UK / Amazon US

5. Tiger Balm

Tiger Balm is a popular choice for transdermal pain relief. This proven herbal ointment can help alleviate a little discomfort, so try massaging a little across your forehead and temples. Plus, it’s very versatile for various aches and pains all over the body so it’s always handy to have.

Image of Tiger Balm, with a clickable link to Amazon.

Amazon UK / Amazon US

6. TENS Unit For All Over Pain, Including Migraine

TENS machines can be great for pain all over the body, including the head for migraines and headaches. There are some units that are made specifically for migraines, so they’re shaped like a band. Others can be used by placing the pads where they’re needed, whether that’s the head or on your shoulders as this can ease the tension & pressure that contributes to headaches & migraines.

Image of a TENS unit, with a clickable link to Amazon.

Amazon UK / Amazon US

7. Gel Pack Wrap

A gel pack strap for hot and cold use can be very useful. With an adjustable strap and a large enough size, it can be applied various pain points, from your wrists and back to your elbows and knees.

Neck and shoulder tension can contribute to headaches and migraines. It can also be a result of spreading pain from them. Applying a gel pack to the neck or around the shoulders, hot or cold, can alleviate a little tension and ease some of the shooting pain.

Image of a gel pack with adjustable strap, with a clickable link to Amazon.

In the UK, I’ve spotted this one above.

For those in the US, the ThermiPaq hot/cold pack wrap seems quite popular.

Have you tried any of these? What do you use to make dealing with headaches and migraines a little more tolerable?

Caz  β™₯



  1. June 14, 2019 / 3:46 pm

    Good list. I’ve tried hundreds of solutions, many of those. All helped sometimes but not consistently. Magnets were nice at times too but not often enough. Aimovig and Botox are my best albeit non-natural solutions. It’s like a new world.

    • June 16, 2019 / 8:27 am

      Such a great list Caz I never would have thought of Tiger balm and I love using it on my shoulders and neck. The roller ball looks really interesting I think that will be my next investment. I use a n expensive migraine cap my sister gifted me but honestly find the gel eye masks and an ice pack at the back of my neck at C1 vertebrae a lot more soothing plus they stay cooler for longer. Got to say love your blog I’m always learning something new to help. Take care xx

      • June 17, 2019 / 4:36 pm

        I’m really pleased you like the list and that it could give you a little inspiration for other things to try. What’s the migraine cap like that you have? I’m glad that gel masks and ice packs can provide you with a little relief – I couldn’t be without my gel eye mask since I started using it. Thank you for such a lovely comment! Β β™₯

    • June 17, 2019 / 4:39 pm

      I’m sorry you deal with these so know all too well how horrible they are. It’s tricky finding things that help, but sometimes just the smallest benefit is better than nothing. I’ve not come across magnets for headaches/migraines before, how do you use those? Botox is one that quite a few find relief with, and although Aimovig isn’t currently available in the UK I do hope it gets certified for use here soon as I think there are a lot of people, myself included, who are desperately hoping to try it. Thank you for the comment, Jacqui! xx

  2. June 14, 2019 / 4:57 pm

    My mother used to get these when I was growing up. She eventually quit having them. Don’t know why. Anyway she didn’t want any noise and the dark was her friend.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend, Caz. β™₯

    • June 17, 2019 / 4:47 pm

      I’m sorry your mother used to deal with migraines, they’re horrible. I’m glad they stopped though; that does seem to happen for some people, that they randomly and for some unexplained reason just cease. Thank you for sharing that, Sandee, and I hope the week ahead is a good one for you xx

  3. June 14, 2019 / 5:40 pm

    thank you so very much for this info. i have never found anything that works for my headaches, except I have never tried a therapeutic mask. I also get horrible pain behind my eyes and if it helps you………then I am willing to give it a try! So, now I budget for it. Bless you Caz for your helpful info! πŸ™‚

    • June 17, 2019 / 6:22 pm

      I’m sorry you’ve not found anything helpful for headaches, they can be really difficult to treat but I think the little things can help just in making them slightly easier to manage as you ride them out. I get nasty pain in my eyes, too, so the Therapearl eye mask has been one of my best investments because I’m forever getting it in and out of the freezer! I really do hope a gel mask helps you if you do decide to try one. Thanks for the comment lovely xx

  4. June 14, 2019 / 6:03 pm

    Excellent information Caz! I need to try a few of these. I don’t have migraines but I do suffer from post-concussion headaches whenever my head feels like it wants to ruin my entire day! Thanks, my friend.

    • June 17, 2019 / 6:23 pm

      Headaches can be so annoying and debilitating, too. I do think that every little helps in just easing a little of the pain to make them even just a tiny bit more bearable, so I hope you find something to try to see if it can help you. Thanks for the comment lovely – I hope this week is kind to you! xx

  5. Mama Duck
    June 14, 2019 / 6:32 pm

    A few great ideas here! I’m a big fan of cold packs and peppermint. Thanks for addressing these issues in your blog!

    • June 17, 2019 / 6:24 pm

      Cold packs are fantastic! Glad you liked the suggestions, and thanks for the comment ☺️

  6. June 14, 2019 / 7:48 pm

    I don’t often get really bad headaches, but I like your idea with the gel pack. I got one of those wraps when I got my knee injury last year, but hadn’t thought of popping it in the freezer for helping with headaches. It’s not my main reason for using them, but I find if I have a headache and use a sheet mask, the liquid evaporating off the mask also has a cooling effect, which can feel really good as I tend to also get hot when I have a headache.

    Have a lovely, hopefully headache-free weekend XX

    • June 18, 2019 / 10:57 am

      Ooo I think the gel pack you used for your knee injury could be great for multi-purpose use, so perhaps the next time you have a headache you could use that across your eyes/forehead, see if it helps. The sheet mask sounds interesting, so I’m glad that helps a bit because I think anything just to cool and soothe a little can be useful at times like that. Thanks for the great comment, Kirsty – I hope you have a good (and also headache-free) week ahead Β β™₯

  7. June 14, 2019 / 10:26 pm

    Thanks for the info Caz, I know how debilitating a headache can be, these are great suggestions. Thank you

    • June 18, 2019 / 10:57 am

      I’m sorry you know all too well how debilitating they can become, so I’m glad you liked the suggestions. Thanks, Masha Β β™₯

  8. June 15, 2019 / 5:46 am

    all great tips – the cold is good for helping sleep on hot nites too. any advice about blackout curtains? for one thing, are they very expensive?

    • June 18, 2019 / 11:02 am

      Good point about the cool from freeze packs on hot nights! The blackout curtains I bought were lower in price as my budget wasn’t exactly very high – I bought these ones (UK) Deconovo Door Curtains Thermal (https://amzn.to/2KXDBT3). I thought the thermal part would be beneficial as it’s often cold here! The biggest problem I was with with finding ones that fit, which is why I went for ones that were called ‘door curtains’ as I needed them for my bedroom with smaller windows (unlike the larger almost floor to ceiling ones you get downstairs). Then I judged a lot on reviews. The Deconovo ones I have are the perfect fit and compared to the normal curtains I used to have make a huge difference. I had a look on the US amazon and there’s a range of sizes and prices for blackout curtains, it just depends on what will fit your windows – https://amzn.to/2Xi4mbz

  9. June 15, 2019 / 9:00 am

    Those suggestions are excellent. I have a normal eye mask to cover up, but I always keep a gel mask in the fridge. Sometimes I can’t tolerate cold, but sometimes it’s the only thing that helps. I always think it’s good to have a variety of solutions so that if one doesn’t work, you can try something else.

    • June 18, 2019 / 11:04 am

      You’re right, I think the more tools we have to hand the better for different occasions so there’s always a ‘backup plan’ if something doesn’t work well enough. Thanks for the comment! Β β™₯

  10. June 15, 2019 / 12:08 pm

    Caz, clicked a few… brought me to UK Amazon, not US Amazon. BUT. I just turned off as much extra stuff, including locater, to save battery life. So, I’d suggest you ask one other person before nixing the whole deal!

    • June 15, 2019 / 2:51 pm

      Daaaaaamn. Okay, I’ve tried another potential fix. Apparently the Onelink has a few glitches affecting a lot of users, so it’s not anything I’m doing wrong, it’s the stupid glitches I wasn’t aware of that I’m trying to pinpoint and repair. Fingers crossed this now sorts it… If not, my spoons have gone out the window so I’m giving up! πŸ˜‚ Thank you so much for checking xxxx

  11. June 15, 2019 / 1:08 pm

    Thanks Caz. A few items here I was unaware of. Headaches & migraines are so debilitating to live with. So anything that helps is great!!

    • June 15, 2019 / 2:50 pm

      You’re right, they can be incredibly debilitating. Glad I could introduce you to a few new things. It’s hard because bad headaches and migraines especially are often only touched by prescription meds, and ‘helpers’ like these, while a good non-drug addition, won’t get rid of the problem nor help with other symptoms alongside the pain. But I do think every little helps when you’re feeling miserable trying to ride these horrible things out. Thanks for the comment, Stace β™₯

  12. June 15, 2019 / 5:24 pm

    Incredible post. I’ve been getting really bad headaches lately and love how you laid out all of these solutions. Which one would you say works best for you?

    • June 18, 2019 / 11:06 am

      I’m sorry you’ve been getting such awful headaches lately, it’s miserable, isn’t it? Do you use any pain relief? I think these sorts of things work differently for everyone, but because I also get extreme pain in my eye when I have a migraine, I’d have to go for the Therapearl mask. I sometimes use it on my eyes, other times my forehead. Honestly, couldn’t live without it any more. Every little helps in providing a little relief, so that’s always my go-to product. I really do hope you can find something to help just to ease things a bit for you Β β™₯

  13. June 15, 2019 / 6:09 pm

    These are such a great tips. I always need black out, sleep mask because even a tiny bit of light can wake me up. It’s so annoying because I always need to have blinds or some sort of sleep eye mask. I just don’t like that they slide of my face sometimes, so light wakes me up and I get all grumpy haha. Lovely post. xx

    • June 18, 2019 / 3:42 pm

      Yeah, sleep masks can be a bit of a nuisance, but some have better bands than others so it’s worth shopping around. My last one was a narrow band and it would always ride up and the mask never fully covered my eyes, but the one I have now stays in place much better. Are you quite a light sleeper, or is just the light that can bother you? Hopefully you get some good, pitch-black sleep this week so you’re not grumpy! I don’t need any excuse to be grumpy πŸ˜†
      Thanks for the comment lovely xx

  14. June 15, 2019 / 6:12 pm

    Great post, Caz! I just ordered a 2-pack Therapearl eye mask from Amazon. Appreciate the heads up. Massage is my favorite non-medicinal treatment. It gives me the longest lasting relief. Funny. I buy Tiger Balm in 4-packs, I use it so often (I ALWAYS smell of Tiger Balm) but have never used it on my temples or forehead for headache. Will definitely give that a try. My headaches, too, lodge in my left eye. I call them icepick headaches. Horrid!

    • June 18, 2019 / 3:45 pm

      I’ve never actually had a massage, do you get it done professionally on your shoulders, or do you go for Indian head massages? My neck and shoulders are almost aways tensed and sore, so I do love the idea of a massage. Icepick headaches, that’s a good way to describe it! 99% of the time it’s my left eye, too. I’m sorry you know what it’s like because it’s horrible. I hope you like the eye masks, I think they’re fab because every little helps with trying to make it a bit more tolerable riding headaches and migraines out. Thanks for the comment Β β™₯

  15. June 15, 2019 / 6:23 pm

    FYI, the link in the post took me directly to Amazon US. You made it easy peasy! Thanks!

    • June 18, 2019 / 3:46 pm

      I can’t see that anything has tracked my end at all..really not sure what happened with the links, I wanted to make it as easy as possible for people to get more information on products but it all seemed to get messed up. I’ve gone back to separate links for US and UK now as apparently Onelink to redirect people is only for US-based users, and sadly I’m in the UK. I’m glad you were able to find something to try though Jayne, I love those eye masks so hopefully you will too! πŸ™‚

      • June 19, 2019 / 8:47 pm

        My order from Amazon is downstairs on the porch. Just arrived. I’ll keep you posted on the how the mask works. I use a sleep mask regularly (can’t sleep without one) but when I have a headache, even that slight pressure of the mask is too much. Gel may be different as it will be cool and mold over the eyes. I’m looking forward to trying it!

        • June 20, 2019 / 12:45 pm

          Ooo that’s cool, I hope you like your goodies! It can be such a case of trial and error finding things that work but I’ll keep my fingers crossed, Jayne πŸ™‚

  16. June 16, 2019 / 12:15 am

    Thank you so much for this very valuable information Caz! I have struggled for years with migraines, which is the worst kind of pain. I can deal with a lot, but headaches/migraines keep me down. There are a few things I didn’t know about and appreciate you sharing! You are pretty darn amazing and always very helpful! I hope you are having a pleasant weekend!!!

    • June 18, 2019 / 3:48 pm

      Ugh, they are horrible, I’m sorry you struggle with them too. Do you have prescription meds for them? I don’t think I could ride out every one of them without Sumatriptan, they’re too awful and too regular, I don’t think I’d cope at all. I’m glad the post could give you a few ideas of things to try, every little helps in just making them a little more bearable I think. Thanks for the comment, Alys, I hope the week ahead is a slightly less stressful one for you! xx

  17. June 16, 2019 / 11:06 am

    Congratulations for winning Annual blogger bash awards! Cheers:)
    Followed your blog. Do check mine, if time permits . I won the best personality development.

    Sneha Narayanan

    • June 17, 2019 / 4:33 pm

      Thank you very much! And a huge congrats to you, too, Sneha! πŸŽ‰

  18. June 16, 2019 / 4:24 pm

    Hi Caz – this is such an informative post. I will definitely be making note of your suggestions. And the cooling eye mask sounds wonderful for burning eyes. You’re a real go to.

    I also wanted to let you know that I have nominated you for The Sunshine Bloggers Award. I appreciate you’re busy, and there’s no pressure. If you are interested there is a post about it on my blog. I haven’t attached a link as so many comments from other bloggers seem to be ending up in spam for some unknown reason!
    Best wishes
    Penny xxx

    • June 17, 2019 / 4:26 pm

      Aw I’m so glad you liked the post, and I hope it gives you a little inspiration for things to consider. I do think every little helps with headaches & migraines because they’re horrible things to contend with. The eye mask is something I can’t imagine going without since I started using it, it’s such a blessing. I saw your award earlier, Penny, congratulations – Thank you so much for the kind nomination, too! Β β™₯

  19. June 16, 2019 / 6:55 pm

    Thank you for these suggestions,. I have noted them on my purchasing list.

    • June 17, 2019 / 4:09 pm

      I’m glad they could offer a little inspiration, and I hope if you try anything out in future that they can be useful for you! Have a lovely week ahead πŸ™‚

  20. June 16, 2019 / 10:56 pm

    Charlee: “Our Dada used to get migraines a lot, but he didn’t have any of those things to help him out.”
    Chaplin: “Apparently he would take some Excedrin and then lie around motionless for a while.”
    Charlee: “And sometimes he would throw up.”
    Chaplin: “What, like a hairball?”
    Charlee: “Um, I don’t think so.”
    Lulu: “None of that sounds like much fun, except the lying around motionless part. Because that would mean cuddles for me.”
    Charlee: “Maybe, but he hasn’t had one in several years, so you might be out of luck, Lulu. Sorry.”
    Lulu: “Well, a dog can hope.”

    • June 17, 2019 / 4:08 pm

      Aw I’m sorry Dada used to get migraines, I get the throwing up part, too. I’m glad Dada doesn’t get them any more! Did they randomly stop, or do you think anything used to be triggering them when he used to get them?
      As always, thanks for the giggles & purrrrfect comment comment ☺️

  21. Wendy
    June 17, 2019 / 4:30 am

    Such an informative article, Caz! I get migraines about once or twice monthly, and I never know what to do when when they hit me. I ended up purchasing the moon and star eye mask from Amazon in the US. I’m excited to use it. I sleep with one currently that is too tight, and really uncomfortable. Thank you. xxx W

    • June 17, 2019 / 4:06 pm

      I’m sorry you get migraines, too. They’re awful to deal with, and I think we can use all the help we can get with making them a little more tolerable as we ride them out. I love the look of the star eye mask, it’s in my Amazon basket for when I make my next purchase because it does look really comfy, and it seems better for adjusting so it shouldn’t be too tight like your current one is. I hope you like it! Thanks for the lovely comment, Wendy, and I hope this week is kind to you and migraine-free Β β™₯

  22. June 17, 2019 / 9:35 am

    I don’t get migraines, but I know someone that does. I’ll be happy to pass this list along.
    Thank You.

    • June 17, 2019 / 3:19 pm

      I’m glad you don’t get them, Darnell. Have you ever in the past? If you do pass this on, I hope it can give him/her a few ideas of things to try πŸ™‚

  23. June 17, 2019 / 11:08 am

    Many congratulations on winning best Lifestyle Blog award at Bloggers Bash Caz. It is so well deserved.

    • June 17, 2019 / 3:15 pm

      Aww thank you so much, Brigid, I really appreciate that! I’m still pretty shocked, I thought winning was pretty much impossible so I didn’t give it a second though. I’m thrilled πŸ™‚

  24. June 17, 2019 / 1:43 pm

    Any ease from a chronic headache is welcome. Great post.

    • June 17, 2019 / 3:13 pm

      I think every little helps in these kinds of situations. Thanks for the comment & I’m glad you liked the post ☺️

  25. June 17, 2019 / 3:51 pm

    thanks for sharing these remedies, Caz!
    i hope they continue being beneficial
    when they’re needed!
    often i use an eye mask since
    the sun gets up early & wakes me this time of year.
    i recently came across this one below, which i
    really like as the eye section is molded outward
    and doesn’t press against my eyes when sleeping.
    wishing you a healthy day, david πŸ™‚

    • June 18, 2019 / 3:50 pm

      Thanks for sharing David, I’m glad eye masks work well for you in keeping the light out and helping you sleep better. It’s good there’s a range of masks out there to suit different people so there are lots of options to try in finding something that works best for you. Have a great week πŸ™‚

  26. June 17, 2019 / 8:03 pm

    I personally use Tiger Balm for all muscle related/pain related ailments from headaches to back ache! It’s definitely a Godsend!
    There are some other very interesting pain relief methods on this post, especially interested in the Tens Unit. Thank you for sharing πŸ™‚

  27. June 17, 2019 / 8:58 pm

    These are all great ideas! I didn’t think of using eye masks. I had no idea they were so versatile:)

    • June 18, 2019 / 3:51 pm

      They’re pretty handy to have! I couldn’t be without mine now, they’ve been a great investment. Glad you liked the suggestions – Have a lovely week πŸ™‚

  28. June 17, 2019 / 10:34 pm

    wow, I’m liking this list! I think I need the cold mask thingy in my life. Right now, I take Aimovig injections once a month, and use the headache hat which velcros around your head and is filled with ice. Thanks for putting this together. πŸ™‚

    • June 18, 2019 / 3:53 pm

      Sadly Aimovig isn’t approved for use in the UK yet but I signed a petition recently to get it on the NHS list as it’s one that a lot of people, myself included, are hoping to try. Do you find it’s helping..? I really hope it’s giving you some relief, and the headache hat is a great idea to get cool relief across a wider area. I’m glad you liked the suggestions, and thanks so much for the comment! =]

      • June 18, 2019 / 6:02 pm

        This is my first dose on Aimovig, and I do think it’s helping. My niece uses it, too, but she gets Botox shots as well every six weeks. She finds that combination to be more effective than the Aimovig alone.

        • June 18, 2019 / 10:20 pm

          It’s always interesting how things work so differently for everyone. While it’s awful your niece needs to be having it, I’m glad she’s found that it helps her in conjunction with Botox. I’m not really sure how long is standard to be seeing the reliability of results with Aimovig, but I’ll be keeping my fingers crossed that it works well for you, Kymber! xx

  29. June 18, 2019 / 12:03 am

    Thankfully the only time I get headaches are when I am stressed or when I overindulge, (which I do sometimes when I am stressed) so let’s just blame the stress ok?… I have tried ice packs and darkness for the bad ones, but thankfully a couple advil and lots of water usually help. Thank you for the tips

    • June 18, 2019 / 3:55 pm

      Stress can be blamed for a lot of things, Grace! I’m glad that Advil, water, and sometimes darkness & icepacks can take the sting out of bad headaches. I would say ‘at least you know one of the triggers is stress’, but actually working on stressing less is damn difficult! Thanks for the comment lovely Β β™₯

  30. June 18, 2019 / 3:58 pm

    I never had anything stronger than a mild headache, but my cousin has strong migraines, and you listed a variety of things I’m passing on for her to check up.

    • June 18, 2019 / 4:00 pm

      I’m sorry you cousin gets such awful migraines. Does she have prescription medication for them? I appreciate you passing on the post – I hope she finds a little inspiration from it as every little helps in making these horrible things a little more bearable. xx

  31. June 18, 2019 / 7:46 pm

    Great list Caz! Tiger Balm does it for me lately!

    • June 18, 2019 / 10:18 pm

      It’s great to hear Tiger Balm works well for you, it’s certainly very popular stuff! Thanks for the comment, Richa – Hope you’re having a good week so far πŸ™‚

  32. June 18, 2019 / 11:21 pm

    Great post and tips πŸ™‚

    • June 19, 2019 / 5:41 pm

      Aw thanks, glad you liked the post! πŸ™‚

    • June 19, 2019 / 5:41 pm

      Glad to see another Tiger Balm fan, it’s such versatile stuff to keep on hand. Thanks, Rachel! πŸ™‚

  33. June 21, 2019 / 9:26 am

    Yay for tiger balm! Haha in Asia there are many multipurpose ointments like that πŸ™‚ (But admittedly I don’t like the smells so I don’t use them. Boo…)

    • June 21, 2019 / 11:26 am

      I think Asia are on to something with the ointments, they really can be fantastic and so versatile. Shame about the smells though. You’d think they’d add some kind of scent to provide people with an option of original or fragranced prettily. Thanks for the comment, Sheryl xx

  34. July 7, 2019 / 3:20 pm

    A very useful post and some of the listed helpers are new to me and is very beneficial. Thank you for sharing Caz !

    • July 7, 2019 / 4:24 pm

      Glad you found the ideas helpful, Nisha! Thanks for the comment Β β™₯

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