Motivational Monday

I think I’m going to try one a week from now… a little inspiration to get your week started. And here’s one for all my lady friends out there. I’m thinking especially about a lovely friend who is fighting cancer like I am, and starting chemotherapy today. I wish you best wishes and healing thought.Continue reading “Motivational Monday”

Just What The Doctor Ordered!

Who doesn’t love a trip to the seaside on a gorgeous sunny day? I certainly do! And since I have chemo tomorrow and will miss out on the nice forecast for the next day or two, I decided that it was a good idea to take advantage of it today. I wanted spend some timeContinue reading “Just What The Doctor Ordered!”

Making Every Day Count Six Years Later…

It’s a scary thought, that six years ago on this date, my cancer journey began. It was a Friday, and I was scared as Hell. Anyone who has been through a cancer diagnosis will be able to relate. No amount of doctor’s appointments, consultations, or medical tests can prepare you for what you will haveContinue reading “Making Every Day Count Six Years Later…”

Hamish’s Journey

When I found out I had breast cancer, it was a scary experience. A few years later, when I was told it had returned, was even scarier. But I’m lucky enough to have a great group of friends and family who were there for me, offering support, well wishes and a shoulder to cry on.Continue reading “Hamish’s Journey”

(I’m A) Bestselling Author!

Our book launch on Amazon was a huge success on Monday! We had a live event through Facebook and Zoom, and watched as our book roared up the rankings. It was suggested that I set up an author’s page on Amazon too, so that I could connect myself to the book officially through their site.Continue reading “(I’m A) Bestselling Author!”

Make Every Day Count: Musings Of A Cancer Patient

Cancer is scary. There’s no “ifs, ands or buts” about it. Many of us have known someone who either has or has had cancer. Maybe you lost a friend or loved one to it? Perhaps some of you are like me, and living with it yourselves. I can picture you all reading this. You’re nodding,Continue reading “Make Every Day Count: Musings Of A Cancer Patient”