Category Archive: Top Posts

You’re not alone, 21 inspirational cancer survivors share tips for life beyond breast cancer

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My friend, fellow breast cancer survivor Gai Comans, has just released a new guide called “Survivor Secrets – Empower Your Life”. And, alongside some other names which will be familiar to you, I… Continue reading

Still alive in a wound still fresh

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Inspiration can come from the most unlikely places. Sitting on the tarmac waiting for my flight to take off to Canberra to visit my sister for Christmas, I picked up the in-flight magazine… Continue reading

Motivation Monday

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Mojo Monday

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Welcome to the first Mojo Monday writing prompt.  A reminder of how this works. From time to time I will post a writing prompt with the aim of getting your creative juices flowing… Continue reading

Breast Cancer Quality of Life Issues: A Researcher Asks “Are We Getting Better?”

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Very well-articulated with link to a presentation by Dr. Lesley Fallowfield, Director of Psychosocial Oncology at Brighton & Sussex Medical School.

Shirley Temple: Cancer Trailblazer

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Saturday afternoons. Old black and white movies. A golden-haired, ringleted and dimpled Shirley Temple singing and tap-dancing her way into our hearts in a little corner of my Irish childhood.  Not everyone shares… Continue reading

Want To Get Your Blogging MoJo Back?

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Towards the end of last year, some of my favorite bloggers stopped blogging.. and I miss them. So, I thought I’d see if I could help them get their blogging mojo back. Over… Continue reading

Motivation Monday

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Do you really wish you had breast cancer?

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After the intense debate on Kellergate, I didn’t feel ready for another cancer controversy on the blog so soon again. However, after sitting with this campaign for 24 hours, I just had to… Continue reading

Facebook Memories: What Are Your Best Moments?

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Facebook is celebrating its 10th anniversary, and to mark the event users can share a video of their best moments, created by Facebook. I was surprised to find how moving this turned out… Continue reading