Living with cancer is like living with any other chronic disease. It needs to be managed. How do you do that? With great difficulty, time, research, trial and error, testing,… Read more 52. Newly diagnosed? Here are my top 5 tips →
It’s peaceful now, this head space I find myself in. The chaos, overwhelm and brain fog have lifted. Rather than coping with what’s going on, I’m now managing my life… Read more 49. Life can be easy! →
Limbo. Here again. It’s different this time, calmer. The water isn’t as choppy. Last time I was here, I was on a row boat, far out at sea without oars.… Read more 48. Limbo →
I spent many dark days searching for survivors of triple negative breast cancer (TNBC) online. It’s the worst kind, the most aggressive with the worst survival rates, the one that… Read more 31. Breast Cancer Awareness Month – Some real awareness. →
I keep seeing and hearing ads on the radio and on telly and from bloggers on their Snapchat and Instagram accounts who have been paid to promote breast cancer awareness… Read more 30. Breast Cancer Awareness Month – How you can help. →
Losing your hair is a horrible side effect of chemotherapy. It really didn’t bother me much to lose my head hair, but losing eyebrows is another story. They’re still there,… Read more 23. Cancer Beauty Part I – Trying to look normal-ish →
22. A year into healing stage 4 cancer – Happy anniversary to me! The 5 most important things I’ve learned this year.
A year ago today I was diagnosed with aggressive triple negative breast cancer. The initial diagnosis was stage three after a biopsy and ultrasound a week previous. I spoke to… Read more 22. A year into healing stage 4 cancer – Happy anniversary to me! The 5 most important things I’ve learned this year. →