Tag: covid-19

Travel tips from a cancer survivor

Travel is an important part of my life. I love to explore, learn about new cultures, history, nature and more. Between clearing my third cancer and then the Covid-19 pandemic, my travel plans were greatly disrupted. But, thanks to the Covid vaccine and like-minded friends who are ‘Covid conscious’ like me, I recently returned from

A year of clarity

The year of 2020 will be described in various terms in history books. Unprecedented. Life-altering. Dumpster fire. Worst year. No matter the description, it’s been quite a year. As 2020 comes to an end, I reflect on all that’s happened. And I realize it’s been a year of clarity for me. It was supposed to

Help stop the spread of COVID-19

A doctor friend recently shared some heartbreaking stories of patients having to receive cancer diagnoses alone due to COVID-19 restrictions at health centers. While some were able to have family members listen via virtual calls, it was still difficult not to have someone supporting them in-person. These stories reinforce the need to help stop the

Wear a mask, save a life

I’m going to share a perspective that is so simple to me, yet has been lost in controversy. Wear a mask, save a life. Be assured that this isn’t a post about politics or constitutional rights or anything like that. It’s about being kind and looking out for others, being part of a community and