From eating and sleeping right to minimizing exposure to toxins, Alison takes us through how to live a nutritious and healthy lifestyle after cancer is gone.Read More
Christmas was always a big production for my mom. I’m talking boxes upon boxes of green, red, and white knick knacks that replaced all of the other knick knacks around the house for a couple of months each year.
Gifts were extravagant, and cookies were baked for days and then piled into little Christmas tins for the neighbors, coworkers, family, and friends. Even in some of the difficult years, while my mom was also going to chemo, radiation, or whatever the treatment was at that time, she still made an effort to keep Christmas consistent.Read More
This morning while getting ready for work I was reminded of Philippians 1:6, "And I am certain that God, who began the good work within you, will continue his work until it is finally finished on the day when Christ Jesus returns."Read More
I just finished listening to Joyce Meyers this morning and her message for today was, "Don't give up in the middle."
I could've easily turned on you, Lord, when the report came back with a positive margin, or when the chemo drained me, or even right now after loosing a breast…Read More
I was diagnosed with cancer at age 20. I was in college, right before Thanksgiving, when I felt a painful lump under my left arm. After some misdiagnoses it kept growing fairly quickly, and then a few days before the New Year I got the diagnosis. Stage One, Non Hodgkins Lymphoma - I was told I had a "good" kind of cancer.Read More
I'm so excited to be launching the Survivor Chest blog!
For a long time, I have wanted Survivor Chest to not only be a place for people to buy care packages, but a way for women who have been affected by cancer to meet each other and share what they've been through. From previvors, thrivers, and survivors to caregivers and loved ones, this blog is a place for everyone.Read More