You Can Do Anything For 5 Minutes

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You can. You really can. You can do anything for 5 Minutes. Spoiler alert, this is my last Breast Cancer Awareness Month Post for 2018. But it is also about perseverance and survival. Of anything. Once you become aware of … Read More

The Gratitude of a Breast Cancer 9 Year Survivor

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I am a bit superstitious about Oct 9. I believe I became a cancer survivor the minute I discovered the lump in my breast and started my journey to discover what it was. I never say I am a _ … Read More

Appearances!

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  This past week I moved our oldest to NY. It was a huge new world moving in that city and included a 5th floor walk up and 20 flights up on my tracker for the first day. Phew! In … Read More

Speaking, Teaching, Writing, and Gratitude

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This past weekend I did something entirely new. While I have been promoting my speaking, teaching and writing for a few years now this is the first time I was asked to teach a gratitude workshop. It was interesting to … Read More

10 Tips on How to Write a Cancer Patient

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Here are some tips on how to write a cancer patient without bugging those of us who actually were/are one!   After you have been a cancer patient you realize how they are inaccurately described in fiction and in film/tv. … Read More

Char Margolis and Me

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A week ago I was invited to be on CharVision the interview/reading show of psychic/medium Char Margolis.   We had a great conversation about writing, positive thinking and my journey through breast cancer as a wife and mother. Char was … Read More

8 Years Ago

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To my writing clients I will be back to writing about writing shortly but today is special…               8 years ago today I became cancer free.   How long that cancer had been growing … Read More

Survivor’s Guilt

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           Survivor’s guilt: it’s not what you think.        For years I wasn’t able to blissfully schedule things.   I kept waiting for the other shoe to drop. For awhile there I wanted to … Read More

I walk for you: A survivor’s thoughts

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  Back in 2010 I began walking in the Revlon RunWalk in LA. It was a wonderful experience for my family and myself. Unfortunately the five years I walked were the last five years of the event.  In 2012 I … Read More

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