Perspective

The Gratitude Journal 2

They were simply doing their jobs, and while at it, they impacted my life tremendously. The gratitude journal 2, is about my MGH (Mass General Hospital) team and my attorney, who have been very supportive and helpful to me from the start of my breast cancer diagnosis. My oncologist I […]

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Perspective

The gratitude journal

Dealing with cancer is hard enough… having people who can assist and taking away some stress is the best thing that happened to me. The gratitude journal is compiled of my support system when diagnosed with cancer. I have been blessed without measure with kind-hearted people and today I want […]

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Wellness

I am not my scars!

Despite everything I have been through, I remain strong, happy, optimistic and sexy because I am not my scars! They say scars are a reminder that the past is real but I say scars are a reminder of how tough I am.¬† I have hidden my scars for so long […]

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Wellness

Remission in Cancer

Being in remission was bliss for me. I finally caught a break from hospital visits, numerous testings and sleepless nights. Remission in cancer to me meant I was given a chance to live and explore life again. The beast had been caged and could no longer hurt me. Remission Remission […]

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Fashion

Affordable Autumn Waterfall jacket

Autumn is all about lightweight layering and is, by all means, my favorite time of the year. The transition from summer to fall leaves me eager to wear skinnies and boots but this time I tried to experiment a little with colors before winter creeps in. This affordable autumn waterfall […]

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Perspective

Trapped in fear

Fear is an emotion that we may subconsciously experience in relationships, without even recognizing it. These emotions/feelings are developed over time. They arise as a result of childhood experiences, or experiences that we have slowly garnered over time. We sometimes are trapped in fear and let those fears make choices […]

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Wellness

Life after Mastectomy

The decision to have a bilateral mastectomy was undeniably the right thing to do at that time to save my life. Being the right thing to do didn’t make it any easier to deal with. The loss of my breast to cancer affected me both mentally and physically after I […]

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BEAUTY/SKINCARE

How I managed acne during chemotherapy

Chemotherapy which is a cancer treatment has a myriad of side effects which includes acne. Cancer cells grow rapidly than the normal cells and chemotherapy is targeted at impeding the growth of cancerous cells but unfortunately, they affect the normal cells too. Chemotherapy affected my skin cells, leaving my skin […]

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Fashion

5 EASY WORK WEAR INSPIRATION

Every morning I literally get buried in clothes trying to figure out what to wear to work.¬†After working in the corporate world for over ten years, I still don’t particularly love suits… Is it just me? Suits make me feel restrained and I would rather opt for a formal dress. […]

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