This week I’m bringing up to the front one of my older posts that is so helpful. It speaks to the HOW to living a healthy lifestyle in a busy world. Be sure to read all the way to the end
One of the best things you can do to fight cancer and to make sure it doesn’t recur is to boost your immune system. There are lots of ways to do that which I talk about in my book, WTF?!
Does the world seem to be off its axis? I was brought up to pay attention to and be involved in politics and to care about our planet. I have lived over half a century now and this is the
I’m happy to bring you a guest post this week by Heidi Hackler, RYT, CHHC Where yoga was once considered “woo-woo” stuff that only vegetarians did, it has now become mainstream, and today most cancer centers in the US have some
This is our greatest fear as survivors, isn’t it? It is looming in the background always. I suspect that it fades a bit with time, maybe we get used to the “all clear” at check-ups and the fear retreats a bit more.
It may seem especially cruel that along with the stress of dealing with breast cancer, on average women gain between 5 and 8 pounds from the chemo and steroid cocktail used during treatment. I gained 10 that first year and
Last week four years ago I heard voices in my head. Well, one voice really and it was answering a question I had asked. I got an answer I wasn’t expecting and one that I knew I hadn’t come up with myself
A friend of mine posted some photos on social media recently that were stunning. Granted my friend is gorgeous, but what I really noticed was her skin. It radiated a dewy smoothness that looked surreal. I asked her if this was
This week I’m happy to bring to you a guest blog post from my good friend and yoga studio owner, Anne Basco. She has written about the yogic practice of mindful breathing called pranayama and the health benefits it can
Whether you’ve had cancer (like me) and don’t want it to ever come back or you haven’t had it and want to do your best to never get it, there are some things you can do to give yourself the