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Archive: 03 2012
sueglader
Mar
30

Defining Ourselves

Something amazing happened to me last night.  During a track workout, no less. The fact that I even wrote that sentence is so odd, because I don't usually do track workouts.  Or really run that much.  But this year I'm attempting to do things outside my comfort zone.  Or just try new stuff.  I am… Read More

Bumpyboobs
Mar
30

Tax returns gone wild! (i.e. I haven't got a clue)

This week has been a head-spinner. It’s been a week where I’ve had to remind myself the golden lesson that cancer has the instant ability to teach: just lay off the stress, girl.  Relax, sister. Of course it took me a while to remember this valuable lesson, since I was head-deep in my ‘what the frack’… Read More

lovely_lady_lumps
Mar
28

O.M.G. What's an I.U.D.?

Many times, I have felt that when I write, I vent and I don't necessarily want that to become a habit. I think because in my day to day life, I am always the one smiling or laughing and so when I am alone with my thoughts and writing about cancer, I think I write about what frustrates me or makes me sad or… Read More

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both sides
Mar
24

The Biology of Happiness

It is said that once you have enough money for essential things in life, that happiness does not get greater with external things. Happiness comes from within. 50% of our happiness is predetermined, genetic ; 10% is situational – life circumstances, job etc and 40% is changeable/modifiable – your attitude… Read More

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Bumpyboobs
Mar
22

Photoshooting for Lives Affected by Cancer

Okay, I’m here at my cafe and ready to write. The weather outside is bizarrely fine considering it’s still March, and I’m dressed in an outfit that my husband would 100% hate (I look like a neon pink hippie). So, the time has come to relive yesterday in the written form, and it involves owl eyes, bright… Read More

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