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.

A poignant post from Audrey on the tentacles of covid. See also Judit’s latest post and this comment from Ilene‘s blog which really struck me when I read it today:

I feel okay. I have no idea when I will die. But I do know this – I also have enough on my plate but not enough human interaction- have we all gotten so used to isolation because of the never ending Covid lockdown that we will become used to doing things anonymously and alone?

Rod shares 10 myths and facts about male breast cancer.

Good advice from Cathy on watching your weight after breast cancer treatment and avoiding weight creep.

Abigail writes about the freedom to be herself these days. 

Lovely post from Sheri on how to become a better receiver. 

Nancy Seibel shares 8 powerful principles for bridging deep divides.

A guest post on Ticking Off Breast Cancer from Nic about being diagnosed with secondary breast cancer.

Thought-provoking question from Carolyn – who will speak for you if you can’t when it comes to your medical care?

Do fly fishing and breast reconstruction have anything in common? Terri explores the link between the two in her latest post. 

Connie shares thoughts on finding trust in a true anchor and Barbara in finding trust in your self and knowing your self-worth.

Finally this week, congratulations to Nancy Stordahl whose blog turns 10 – I remember when Nancy first started Nancy’s Point, and it’s been such a joy to watch it grow over the years into the strong advocacy blog it is today. Check out her blog for a very special giveaway to celebrate. 

Until next week,

May you find some joy in the days ahead

Yours with much love always

Marie xxx