Posted in September 2012


Someone taught me how important it is to self-narrate a moment.  I don’t mean aloud like a narrator in a play, although that could be very interesting, and possibly entertaining for folks watching.  No, I mean being aware of the good that is happening, right this second.  I was thinking about this a lot the … Continue reading

When I’m 102…

Such a sweet article.  What a lovely, long life.  I can only hope to be so happy at 102.|utmccn=(direct)|utmcmd=(none)&__utmv=14933801.|8=Earned%20By=msnbc%7Ccover=1^12=Landing%20Content=Mixed=1^^30=Visit%20Type%20to%20Content=Earned%20to%20Mixed=1&__utmk=76601749

A-ha Moment.

I was thinking about my project.  One year in the life of a cancer survivor.  I thought about last fall when it started, and how I had a plan for my project and a general outline of where I wanted it to go.  And, wouldn’t you know it, life didn’t exactly go as expected.  As … Continue reading

Whole Living’s 50 Ways to Stand Up to Cancer.

Today I was checking in on one of my favorite new online places, Whole Living.  The first thing that caught my eye was their new digital issue called 50 Ways to Stand Up to Cancer.   Tagline: Recipes, tips and stress reducing strategies for great health everyday.  Whaaat?  Impressing me with their content yet again, I … Continue reading

Grand Adventure.

I have been trying to take my own advice and live in the moment.  Now, live in the moment doesn’t necessarily mean embarking on grand adventures, or living spontaneously on the fly.  For me, living in the moment is trying to pay attention to what is happening right this second.  I am a thinker, a … Continue reading