Your mission, should you choose to accept it.

Read ahead, this message will self destruct in a few seconds! Six years ago today, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. Most of you know that, and you may have read some of my blogs about all I have been through since. For a long time, I wanted to write about all the nitty grittyContinue reading “Your mission, should you choose to accept it.”

Raw and Completely Beautiful, and back in Cancerland

Well, it seems the unexpected and most feared by every cancer survivor has happened. I have been diagnosed with Metastatic Breast Cancer. There’s no easy way to deliver the news and each time I let my nearest and dearest know it feels like I’m ripping the band aid off over and over. However, amidst theContinue reading “Raw and Completely Beautiful, and back in Cancerland”

Four years ago today…

Four years ago today, on Friday the 16th of October 2015, I received a devastating phone call. “We have found a lump”, the Breast Screen nurse said. I was sitting at my desk at work when she called. It was a usual busy day with an office full of people. As I tried to registerContinue reading “Four years ago today…”

The true cost of Cancer…

Two years ago today, we received my diagnosis. It turned our world upside down.┬áIt was just the beginning of a huge journey. During those two years it has been just as much ugly as it has been beautiful. Behind our smiles and strength is our truth of the real cost of Cancer. Cancer has costContinue reading “The true cost of Cancer…”

Are you a failure, or a student?

Are you a failure? I am. Many times over. Many! I have failed at my job, in business, as a parent, as a partner, a friend, and as an every-day person. Even more the point, I have failed at being a healthy every-day person. But how lucky am I? I am incredibly fortunate. Am IContinue reading “Are you a failure, or a student?”