Swimming in the rain is very different close up. When we notice the beauty of raindrops, it takes on a new meaning. Try looking at things differently, it changes how you feel. Read More
When we think of the negative, we miss the thousand positives that can happen. Cancer treatment is exhausting and leaves many long term side effects but here's to cheering you through your challenges to the incredible rewards that work can give you. Life makes sense backwards when you follow your heart. Read More
At 47, I was diagnosed with simultaneous bilateral invasive breast cancers. My world as a busy mum and doctor was in a tailspin as I underwent bilateral mastecomies, reconstuction, node sampling then axillary dissection, chemo then hysterectomy after significant BRCA mutation results. I then helped family members through BRCA testing and the difficult decisions. I made positive thinking cards to help me out of every hardship, push me forwards. Finding balance is hard after breaking my arm twice since then - I have difficulty with the slow down part! I am so grateful to be back at work, able to help people through the emotional side that comes with cancer - from Both Sides.