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.
I enjoyed reading Stephanie‘s latest post “Being diagnosed, or in other words, revisiting the beginning of the tale”. She writes:
Cancer does not have to be a dominant part of your identity, but it is an important chapter in the story of your life. A chapter that needs to be revisited and rewritten, so that over time it can become fully integrated into the story of your life.
Jo has been super busy with her advocacy work – catch up with her latest blog.
Ann Marie looks back on five years since her breast cancer diagnosis.
Thoughts on returning to work after cancer shared on My Triple Negative Life.
Though she loves yoga, Grace explains why she won’t be participating at #ProjectOM on Mother’s Day Weekend.
Rachel writes about a debate we often have in the blogosphere on the pressure to keep positive vs the understandable reality of feeling negative.
The changes to the US healthcare system is the subject of strong posts by Katie and Beth Caldwell.
Becky extols the benefits of a good night’s sleep.
An interesting read from Margaret on how visuals improve healthcare visits.
Caroline provides a list of helpful dos and don’ts when it comes to helping cancer patients.
A poignant and heart-felt post by Nancy on limping along through our grief.
Elizabeth pays tribute to Doris Ann, another shining light snuffed out by cancer.
Finally this week, Catherine calls her latest post, “Ramble”, but I am so grateful for her rambles, which help keep us connected to her. Long may you ramble Catherine!
Until next week,
Yours with love
Thank you Marie for this wonderful round up. Thinking of you and hoping all is well! 💜💝💞😇
I can’t wait to read these this week. After a month long hiatus, I’ve also just written a post. Maybe add it in next week, if you feel it’s still relevant. I hope you are doing well.
And long may you round-up, Marie! This is such a huge task, I cannot imagine how you manage it every week. Thank you so much for including my post.