Weekly Round Up
Time for this week’s round-up of the best of the blog posts which I’ve read over the past week. These are the posts that have moved me, taught me something, inspired me, and which I’ve wanted to share with you. Don’t forget if you have written a post which you would like readers to see, just leave a comment below.
So each week, I try to identify a theme that unites the blogosphere. This week, I noticed that many of you were pondering the big questions in life. While Diane pondered big mysteries, Jenny set out to answer a question from a friend – “What does it feel like to not move through the world as a cancer patient?”. Sharon responded to this writing prompt: “At what age did you realize you were not immortal? How did you react to that discovery?” and Kay pondered what it means to be tough.
Nancy shared some great tips on taking care of yourself over the summer, Liz has advice on eating well during cancer treatment, Margaret shares information on cancer and stress, and Helen on aquatic exercise for lymphoedema.
Catherine is loved-up 🙂
The mammography debate still confuses the heck out of me. Kathi weighs in on her blog this week.
Sally has been suffering blogger’s block.
Bittersweet news in Jen‘s world.
Radiation Oncologist and one of my favorite people on Twitter, Dr Matthew Katz, is profiled in the BCSM blog.
Rebecca finds herself wishing she had less women’s problems, and more guy’s. Find out more by reading her blog.
Danielle writes about the mixed emotions that face us at the end of cancer treatment.
Caroline is talking bucket lists this week.
Becky practises saying the words ” I am cancer-free”.
Rebecca looks back at a year since her breast cancer diagnosis.
Alex tackles pain on her Both Sides Now blog.
Lisa explores the world of cancer patient navigators.
Ann puts some erroneous MBC stats to the test.
Finally this week, I leave you with a quote shared by Carrie on her blog.
Until next week,
Be kind to one another.
Yours with love