When You Don’t Feel Grateful
Oct 18, 2022
Over the last 18 months, I’ve worked really hard on building a strong, positive, and grateful mindset. I needed it to navigate my cancer journey and frankly I wish I would have found the practices I use, a bit sooner. I’ve been through a lot, we all have, which is why...
Resilience, Triumph, and Failure: What I Learned From Hiking a Mountain
Aug 12, 2022
The last 18 months has arguably been the most difficult season of my life. I wanted to mark the end of my journey with cancer with something big. I didn't want it to quietly pass like a stranger, I wanted to honor it and to end with an exclamation point. On July 2nd...
The Search for a Mantra…
Jan 11, 2022
As I sat down to reflect on what I wanted in 2022 and set a new mantra for the year, I struggled to find the right words. When I embarked on 2021, the mantra I'd chosen was "Failure over Fear". I had committed to work on my perfectionism and the often self-sabotage I...
When the Cancer’s Maybe Not Gone
Dec 14, 2021
(and a little update on what’s next)
You Can Have Faith and a Panic Attack
Jul 27, 2021
Care Warning: In this blog I discuss my anxiety, panic related incidents, and death. Yesterday was the first time I pulled into the Cancer Center since June 30th. I went for a quick injection at the lab for a medicine that's used to manage my endometriosis during my...
You’re My Favorite.
Jul 12, 2021
Authenticity is a popular topic. It seems that everyone has an opinion on it and practically everyone is searching for it. here’s a point however when messages about authenticity can become toxic, too.