Caregivers and those diagnosed with cancer cannot afford to sit on the fence. Can you?
Scrolling through my newsfeed a few nights ago, I came upon two posts, one on top of the other that captured a thing I know to be true about cancer…it gives and it takes. Hope Schaberg – I’ve never met her in person…but we became friends on July 17, 2012 after a short phone chat…
As my regular readers know, I love featuring stories of people whose lives have been touched by cancer and, as a result, they found their own unique way to make a difference for survivors and caregivers. Lexi Timmons is an amazing young woman I first met while at a dance event a number of years…
Exploring inspired action.
Choose to read this post to learn more about harnessing the power of choice in your life.
As part of the human experience, we can be hurt in many ways. The arts holds a treasure chest of gifts to help us express the pain and sorrow so we can then move toward finding joy again. My interview with Clarity continues…
Meet Clarity Haynes, a talented visual artist on a very special mission that began in 1998 with her own self-portraiture. Over a decade later more than 500 women have participated in the healing process of “The Breast Project”. Join me in the this two part interview as Clarity guides us to celebrate the feminine and the beauty of our perfect imperfections.
We have the right to know what is going on with our health. We need to know certain things to be able to make informed choices. But the degree to which we wish to know the “facts” should also be a choice.
When something matters, it is worth the time to speak up about it.
It’s all about the moment where we either get in the game or choose to be a spectator in our lives.