Category Archives for Cancer

Would a coach help?

Sometimes people don’t know what I mean when I say that I’m a health coach for cancer survivors. What do I do exactly? What service do I provide that people can’t get from their doctor? I think the best way to answer might be to share a bit of my story. When I got my […]

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5 Self-Care Solutions

May is the month we celebrate motherhood. I know, technically it is one day (May 13th in the U.S. this year) but I like to stretch these things out to the entire month. Because motherhood is hard and we need beaucoup d’ appreciation! One of the big lessons I learned in my cancer journey is that […]

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Is Stress Slowly Killing You?

Did you know that April is National Stress Awareness Month? I wonder if that has to do with taxes being due on the 15th… Ha ha ha! Stress affects us all and is certainly worthy of a lot more awareness. Studies are finding that stress is at the root of most ailments, many of which […]

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Are You Loving Your Lymph?

When I was diagnosed with Mantle Cell Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma in August of 2013, I barely knew what a lymph node was. I had heard of them and knew there were a couple on either side of my throat where my head meets my neck that got a bit swollen when I had a cold, but […]

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Is your face cream toxic?

February is National Cancer Prevention month so I am highlighting ways to set yourself up to reduce your risk of getting cancer or if you are a survivor, not having it come back. Something we all want, right? I’ve written a lot about food and how what you eat really does make a difference for either promoting […]

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5 Motivation Tips to Exercise

I write a lot about food, what to eat and what not to eat, because well, I love food! And I’ve written several posts about how meditation has helped me. So, in honor of Cancer Prevention Month, this week I’m writing about something else that helps greatly in cancer prevention that frankly, doesn’t come easily […]

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