Monthly Archives: December, 2014

“that place in us that carries the light”

Some of you may know me, but for those of you that don’t, I am Patsy’s daughter (aka “mini-me”) and I work as an Oncology Social Worker at a Comprehensive Cancer Center in Greensboro, North Carolina.  It seems the holidays are an extra hard time for our patients and families as they cope with cancer …

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When the holidays hurt…

I must admit I hesitated a bit before writing this post today.  This is a time of joy and love and not a time of talking about sadness.  As you well know, we experience different emotions and these are not always happy ones. This is especially true for cancer survivors.  We may feel incredibly blessed …

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OUT AND OUT

Investing. Positivity. Oh, and travel.

KEllis Island Vintage

Thrifting and Sifting to Find the Best Vintage Outfits

Fifty Shades of Snail

K-beauty, skincare, Asian cosmetics, and possibly some hamster butts.

Susan Sink

life on these 80 acres

write4wellness

understanding medical research

Ovar Reaction

Learning to live with ovarian cancer

Julie Yip-Williams

My cancer fighting journey

We Are Travel Girls

A Community Created To Inspire, Connect, Educate & Empower Female Travellers

KHTravels

Two people travelling one world

PhilaTravelGirl

Flying By the Seat of My Points

Grieve Well

Evidence-Based Bereavement Grief Coping Strategies. Scientific research has identified many behaviors and attitudes that can potentially 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...

dionneweb

EVEN if...

helenfawkes

living with cancer

Emma's fight against MDS

My battle against the blood cancer MDS

ketorach

A Keto Lover in a Carb Driven World