I cannot believe it's been over a year since my last post. Did life get so busy that I pushed aside one of the most important things to me? In a nutshell... YES and NO. Last year my cancer journey changed significantly. I basically turned the corner and took on a new job (a paying… Continue reading Work in Progress
Tag: double hit lymphoma
The Results are In
The results from my PET scan are in and I am continually blessed and amazed!
What Supplements Should You Take?
It is easy to get overwhelmed by supplements. Whether walking into an aisle in your grocery store, seeing an ad pop up on Facebook, or hearing a friend talk about the latest supplement they read about, the question always comes up... which ones should I take? Based on my experience, I am a firm believer… Continue reading What Supplements Should You Take?
Following Your Intuition
Following Your Intuition is hard sometimes because if you’re like me, you like things to be black and white. But in the last 2 years, God has put me into a lot of situations where I am learning more about listening to the still small voice within and trust Him.
Antioxidants…What’s your score?
Last month, I went to the eye doctor for a check-up. At the appointment, they asked if I would be interested in participating in a clinical study to see how nutrition impacts macular degeneration. Being the nutrition geek that I am, I said yes! At my first assessment, I didn’t know what to expect other… Continue reading Antioxidants…What’s your score?
Don’t Quit Your Day Job
So this new plant-based (trying to kill cancer naturally) lifestyle has been quite interesting and the exciting thing is that I am constantly learning. It’s as if I simply can’t get enough information about nutrition, plant-based diets, vegan recipes, juicing etc. These past few weeks I have been consumed with my new “job”... but all… Continue reading Don’t Quit Your Day Job
Fear – less
I am sitting on my hospital bed, 6 hours post infusion and while I expected some big "TA DA!" moment, the infusion process was pretty uneventful, though I did receive a lot of congratulations today. They say that I may see some side effects within the next few days as the T-Cells get down… Continue reading Fear – less
Phase 2 thoroughly appreciated
Phase 2 consisted of two of the busiest, most tender weeks of my life. It felt like I was trying to breath and take in as much oxygen as I could before I went back down under water, but in this case I was breathing in life... "normal everyday life". In the past two weeks… Continue reading Phase 2 thoroughly appreciated
My First Blog Post
Thank you for migrating here with me to my new blog. My cancer journey continues to grow and develop and each phase brings me new inspiration, hope, and purpose.