“That shirt is SO FETCH!” Meet NARCOLEPSY: NOT ALONE Mean Girls Dream Team!

narcolepsy not alone mean girls

“On Wednesdays, we wear NARCOLEPSY: NOT ALONE!”
NARCOLEPSY NOT ALONE tshirt girly narcolepsy awareness design april scarlett lee

Omg, that shirt is SO FETCH!

I dream of an NNA mean girls dream team like the ghost-busters or Charlie’s Angels, going to schools and workplaces to squash misperceptions. We’d be badass narcolepsy-myth-busters.

Who wants to be on my team?! GET YOUR SHIRT TODAY: https://www.booster.com/narcolepsynotalone


  1. Jaclyn on May 22, 2014 at 3:38 am

    Is there a way to get the grey narcolepsy not alone shirt?

    • julie on May 22, 2014 at 4:39 am

      Thank you for your interest in the grey shirts, Jaclyn! We will have those available again soon. 🙂

  2. JuDee on June 28, 2014 at 7:24 pm

    Julie, I had made this comment on the Narcolepsy Support Group on Facebook. It must have been deleted by one of the moderators.
    I am not trying to be critical or mean. I just don’t think this latest shirt depicting the Holly Hobby looking girl in pajamas is what I want people to think of when they hear the word Narcolepsy. The girl is cute and sweet. Narcolepsy is neither of those. The girl stands alone…that is not what the message says Not Alone! I feel that the original shirt you used in your Narcolepsy Not Alone campaign is much better fitting to the PWN community, both male & female. What is the correlation between this young child in pig tails and pajamas and the condition of Narcolepsy?What is the message that you intended for this shirt to convey?
    You have done an over the top job at bringing about awareness to the condition of Narcolepsy. I am truly in awe of you and your accomplishments. You are a great inspiration to me…the reason why I began running again after 15 years, the reason why I recently enrolled in a Spanish Language class, the reason I decided that “I have Narcolepsy, Narcolepsy does NOT have me.”
    Please don’t think I am just being angry because I am definitely not angry. I simply expected more from an advocate who is personally aware of this disease and knows that we PWN are so much stronger then a pig tailed, pajama wearing character.
    JuDee Janowitz

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