Weekly Round-Up: The Easter Edition

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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.

Easter greetings to those who celebrate today. It’s a strange Easter for me on my own in lockdown and isolation but I tell myself this won’t last forever.

I loved reading the Easter-themed reflections from Lisa, Beth, Barbara and Connie.

“It’s ironic that the best option we have now for dealing with the pandemic is to sharply reduce in-person contact, because social connections are key to our health and well-being,” writes Nancy Seibel, in her  post on how to feel more connected at this time.

Karin‘s latest article focuses on how to prepare for and cope with coronavirus bereavement and grief.

A post from Nancy Stordahl on keeping fear and anxiety in check during Covid-19.

BarbJoAnn, and Margaret share their covid-reality way of life in their latest posts.

A tough economic blow for Megsie as she loses her job due to the economic downturn.

Kathi celebrates her birthday in isolation.

Unlocked – a poem from the pen of Audrey Birt

A super helpful post from Dr Attai on the situation for breast cancer patients awaiting surgery at this time of pandemic.

Maureen shares some positives among broader negatives in her latest post.

A post celebrating the frontline heroes of coronavirus on Chris’ blog.

A guest post on Ticking Off Cancer on going through secondary cancer treatment during coronavirus.

A beautiful celebration of love from Abigail this week.

Tips from Cathy on how to add plant-based protein to your diet.

Naomi shares her April link-up post.

An informative post from Terri on the aesthetics of the donor site DIEP flap breast reconstruction. See also Felicity’s post on her experience of breast reconstruction.

Finally this week, I leave you with this beautiful quote to see us through another week together.

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Until next week,

Stay safe,

Yours with much love always,

Marie xxx