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  • I committed to 100 days of movement
    Bathing suit season. Looking good for others. In competition with others. Trying to keep up with others. None of these reasons are why I committed to 100 days of movement. No, I made this commitment because I respect and appreciate my body. And plan to enjoy life with it for many more decades (aiming for
  • Navigating life as a young adult cancer survivor
    Imagine being a young adult navigating major milestones of life – attending school, starting a career, dating/relationships, buying a home, starting a family and more. Now imagine navigating all that with a cancer diagnosis. Over 85,000 young adults face these circumstances in the United States each year. I was one of them. During Adolescent &
  • Ways to empower health and support for women
    Women make up half the U.S. population. However, access to healthcare, equal pay and other benefits still often allude women. In honor of Women’s History Month, let’s focus on women’s health services and access to care, while also exploring ways to offer support to women in our communities. Keep reading for ways to empower health
  • 10 body love affirmations
    The words we speak and think about our body have power and meaning. That’s why I love positive affirmation statements. They set intentions for what we want to think, feel and do. And because I believe it’s so important to be kind to our bodies, I want to share 10 body love affirmations with you!
  • Some truths about cold capping during chemo
    Five years ago, I learned I had to go through chemotherapy to help clear breast cancer. I thankfully had the opportunity to try to prevent hair loss through cold capping, which saved most of my hair. Awareness of this valuable resource is still growing so I want to share some truths about cold capping during
  • The benefits of journaling
    I’ve always loved writing. It’s no surprise that I found a career that allows me to write in various forms. Probably not a stretch to know that I also find journaling to be very therapeutic. And why not? There are many mental health benefits of journaling. I received my first journal from my parents when
  • Make a difference on World Cancer Day
    More than 20 million people worldwide will face a cancer diagnosis this year. Today is World Cancer Day, providing an opportunity to raise awareness of the need to make fighting cancer a priority. Keep reading for how you can make a difference on World Cancer Day. World Cancer Day is held annually to bring people
  • 3 lessons learned from Puerto Rico
    I’m writing this after a few days of rest to recover my recent trip to Puerto Rico! You know it’s a good trip when you need a rest after vacation! I kicked off my new year of abundance by celebrating adventure and exploring. My trip was amazing and provided 3 lessons learned from Puerto Rico.
  • Why you should choose a word of the year
    Another new year is here! I’m excited for the possibilities available in the coming months. And I’m excited for my new word of the year! It’s such a great way to anchor in on the theme and goals that I’m focusing on this year. Keep reading to learn why you should choose a word of
  • Reflecting on the year of ease
    My word of the year for 2023 was EASE. Selected as a reminder to myself to choose situations and opportunities that bring the most ease to my life. As the clock winds down on 2023, I’ve been reflecting on the year of ease. Keep reading to learn why reflecting on your year is helpful and