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!
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.
Welcome to Motivational Mondays. Each Monday I will be posting a link or links to motivational messages, images, blogs or videos to start your week off right…from an inspired space.
What do sore knees have to do with coaching? Find out in this blog post.
There are certain messages and informative articles, I believe are worth repeating. Each Wednesday I will post a short blog with a link or links to other blogs and articles that are, in my not so humble opinion (because if it’s humble then who’s gonna listen!), not to be missed. Which blogger’s article is starting off the series? Click to see.
In the past, I tended to ignore things. Pretending something isn’t happening or denying that which we would prefer not to face is a common survival tool. Sometimes it works to our benefit, but most often there comes a point where it sneaks up behind us and bites us in the ass.
Links to three past posts to ensure you find time to relax, have fun and know sometimes it takes consciously choosing it when you’re facing major challenges to include it in your day. A key part of thriving!
With statistics that say as many as one in every two men and one in every three women will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime, it means that many of us, unfortunately, may someday need these tips and resources.