For caregivers with limited time, Caregiver.com offers up a list of their top ten articles for June on a range of topics including long distance caregiving and tips to avoid burnout. Two to four minutes reading time each.
I absolutely support the healthy perspective of being able to face the challenge of cancer and learn and grow as much as possible from it…but if you’re living right now with a clean bill of health, why not create your own wakeup call?
Using music to inspire when you need a pick me up shift.
If cancer has touched your life, take less than 60 seconds to “like” my video and help me win a $10K donation for Relay for Life. I can’t do it without you…and I’m over 100 likes behind so we have some work to do, people!
A fellow blogger’s post worth repeating on Gratitude.
Anatomically, the heart of an athlete is no different than anyone else. It is a frame of mind, a way of being. It is a way of life.
Carmageddon be damned…I showed up to Santa Monica’s Relay for Life because being of service to others means something to me. Taking a stand for meaningful survivorship sometimes means you risk 405 closures, give up some down time and show up for others no matter what.
People who have a high amount of compassion and are caregivers tend to put a lot of effort into helping and often don’t recognize when or how to ask for it themselves. This week’s link gets you to a list of five quick questions to help you determine if it’s time to ask for help.
Check out this video interview with me on why, ten years after losing my husband to cancer, I finally chose to get involved with Relay For Life. What surprised me about the experience…and the greatest gift ~ all in just 60 seconds.