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.

Nancy‘s summer blog hop continues. This week I enjoyed learning more about Ilene,and Kristie.

Abigail readies her precious little boys for the start of a new school term this week and gives advice for mentors and mentees on the ABC blog.

A super important post from Siobhan on why breast density matters when it comes to detecting cancer.

A probing question from Chris – how do you manage risk in 2021?

Steve shares a glimpse into his healing oasis.

Great tips from Cathy on building physical and mental resilience.

The prize – if there was one 😉 – this week for the best blog headline goes to Carolyn for “Be alert to both the absence of normal as well as the presence of abnormal”. Of course the post that follows is well worth reading – as always. 

Advice from Beverly on what to bring to your chemotherapy sessions.

Australian blogger, Colleen writes that cancer is the leading cause of death in Indigenous peoples. 

For a limited period, Gogs is giving away unlimited copies of the ebook version of his prostate cancer memoir to everyone who would like a copy anywhere in the world.

Sarah Newman, Cancer & Exercise Specialist and Breast Cancer Rehab Coach, is discussing how to overcome and improve some of the challenges faced by those who have been through a breast cancer on the Ticking Off Breast Cancer blog. 

A guest post from Susan on Surviving Breast Cancer on finding support.

Connie shares life lessons learned from dancing.

Thoughts from Sheri on leaving a legacy of resilience.

A plea from Barbara to have patience with a cancer patient and what they are going through. 

Finally this week, I was honored to be asked by Terri to take part in her podcast series. It turned out to be a super fun interview but also a chance for me to reflect back on the reasons why I continue to do the work that I do.

Until next week,

May you find hope and solace

Yours with much love always,

Marie xxx