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100's Top 15

100 Resolutions is entering a new phase. After completing all the resolutions I made for myself after finishing chemotherapy and radiation treatment a little under two years ago, my resolutions are evolving. Not everything I want to do or want to achieve now is related to my diagnosis and treatment. I'll always attribute my resolve to my cancer experience, but now my resolutions will be more focused on the life I want to live as a cancer survivor.

Before I enter this new phase (change is so hard, after all), let me look back on the amazing nineteen months of post-cancer resolving I've completed. I have checked off 100 Resolutions - that's no easy feat! Here's a list of my top 15 resolutions. These are the resolutions that meant the most to me, that I enjoyed writing about and completing, and that I am dedicated to keeping from here on out.


15. Let Go of the Past and Move On
14. Have a Bubbly Bubble Bath
13. Believe in Yourself
12. Hit the Dance Floor
11. Make 'Me Time'
10. Admit you need help
9. Pop Some Bubbly
8. Depend on your Friends
7. Go on a Family Vacation
6. Go Back to Holland
5. Indulge in a Guilty Pleasure
4. Resolve Not to Resolve
3. Play the Cancer Card
2. Live Life in the Slow Lane
1. Stay Cancer Free

That list was originally meant to be 10. Picking favourite resolutions was what I imagine picking your favourite child would be like. I love them all, and they all have their own special place in my heart.

That being said, you may have noticed a resolution is missing from that list. What was the post that resonated most with you? Which of 100 Resolutions did you commit to after reading (if any)? I'd love to hear from you!

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Mar 02, 2011

After finishing treatment for non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, Stephanie set out to do all the things she took for granted before her diagnosis. 100 Resolutions is a record of lessons learned, personal growth, and the pursuit of living life to the fullest after cancer. Follow Stephanie’s journey at http://www.100resolutions.com

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