OK, I want to talk about water, clean drinkable water. Boy, is that ever a moving target! I listened to an astronaut the other day and how he drank everyone’s pee (everyone did – after it had been treated-purified and cleansed) because they were on the space station for at least a year and carrying enough water is difficult. Read More
Psychology teaches me:
1. To be optimistic since optimistic people fare better than pessimistic ones.
2. To look at statistics to decide the best treatment outcomes. (So, I considered recidivism & mortality rates in deciding what to do.) Read More
Remember the phrase “Beauty for Ashes”? You know, it’s when you trade in your ashes or bad thing for something beautiful. It can be a redeemed soul or an upgrade. The exchange is simply having something you thought was bad turn into something sublime.
I just thought I would write a blog extolling the worthiness of excellence! As I read Gabrielle Union‘s book We’re Going to Need More Wine, particularly when she talks about Prince, I thought about how I wanted to say to her “Girl, you don’t know your own worth.” But I know she does. Read More
A real life-line book, one that will take you play-by-play through the breast cancer journey is The Silver Lining: A Supportive and Insightful Guide to Breast Cancer by Hollye Jacobs. I wish I had this book in the beginning of my journey, because it really takes you through everything! Read More
After my diagnosis and a couple of surgeries – a change was necessary. I became more aware of how my habits affected my body. Check out these questions which continue to stay on my mind: Read More
Today wasn’t such a happy day because just before Thanksgiving I got the letter reminding me to schedule my mammogram. I Read More
I like fashion magazines, but many model sizes are in the lower single digits. This season, Project Runway models gave me a glimpse into what is possible for everyone. Read More
This month we are bombarded with ads, products, and admonishments about Breast Cancer. So, on this last blog post this month let me take some time to acknowledge October as Breast Cancer Awareness month. smh Read More
I know people often are so afraid they will say the wrong thing that they stay away. But we need to have our friends, family, and well-wishers near us. However, sometimes people may say the wrong thing. Here are a few examples. Read More