Monthly Archives: October, 2012

So, you thought you were done? Part 2

If you have not read the comments written in reply to my last post, please do.  They were right on target and really got me thinking more about this issue.  I have been reflecting on why it’s so hard to really share true feelings when they are, indeed, not cheery ones.  This recently hit hard …

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So, you thought you were done?

Have you ever been in situations before and heard yourself say ” I sure thought I was done with that!”  Well, I hear many survivors with the same response when they complete their cancer treatment.  This time in their cancer journey seems to be one of the hardest for many survivors and is a time …

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A Real Treat for YOU!

This post is my treat to you on this Halloween!  I am so pleased to introduce you to my friend from the UK (so I will refer to her as UK).  I asked her to do a guest post for us today because I have been so inspired by her blog, “After Cancer Cooking.”   …

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Grieve Well

Evidence-Based Bereavement Grief Coping Strategies. Scientific research has identified many behaviors and attitudes that can help reduce the severity and duration of grieving symptoms.

Two Sleevers

High Protein, Low Carb Recipes for Better Health

The Musings of a Cancer Research Advocate

It's All About the Evidence...


EVEN if...


living with cancer

Emma's fight against MDS

My battle against the blood cancer MDS


A Keto Lover in a Carb Driven World


Embracing the Thirties Life Crisis

Heart of a Country Home

Southern and Low Carb Recipes from a Country Kitchen

My Table of Three

Pull up a chair and grab a cup of coffee while we share some good recipes, laughs and more!

She Calls Me Hobbit

It's Low Carb, High Fat...not Lousy Cooking, Horrible Flavor. Hobbit and Keto Iron Chef have joined forces!

You Season With Love

Exploring a mostly whole foods, mostly allergen free diet

Health as a Human Right

Discussing a Broad Range of Health Topics

This Life I Live

scenes from one man's extraordinary, ordinary life

My Eyes Are Up Here

My life is not just about my chest, despite rumblings to the contrary.