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Archive: 07 2012

WoooHoo! Lives Affected by Cancer 2012 is here!

I’m breaking my ‘once a week’ rule for posting to mark this awesome occasion. Lives Affected by Cancer – a fabulous magazine featuring the stories of many incredible women and full of great tips for living well – is HERE! WooooHOOO! Here’s a link to the e-magazine version. It’s beautiful. Many… Read More


Three tiny stories about Hungary

(This isn't  travel blog, but I love to travel. Here's an essence of why it's so incredible to enjoy another culture, and their food, whenever possible. Greetings from Hungary! See you soon, Canada.) One. Spring and summer in Hungary aren’t tracked by time. (How could they be when the heat leaves you so… Read More

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Inner Strength - Find Your Greatness

It was a crazy busy week, adding on surgical assisting in the operating room as well as my full office, covering a colleague on holiday and many new hospital patients and a weekend on call. I wouldn't change it for the world - remembering what it was like to have it all taken away. But, my batteries wear down… Read More

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Nicole Scobie (aka CancerDragon)

Living in the "Now"

The First Batch! So one of the things that you learn when you are in the middle of a cancer diagnosis (or other major crisis, actually), is the importance of living in the present moment. You learn to value each happy day, each healthy day, and to not dwell on the "what ifs" of the future. Now how many of… Read More


Embracing Impermanence

A few months ago I attended the Arizona Sun Circuit Horse Show and sat through 5 hours of lectures/demonstrations. All were very interesting with the exception of hour 2 and that was when the phrase "embrace impermanence" popped into my head. Impermanence is usually something we try to avoid. I prefer things… Read More

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