Why am I here?
Wednesdays have been a bittersweet day for me as long as I can remember. For a lot of kids, Wednesday marked “hump day” or the middle of the week, which signified that we just had to get through the last part of the week before the weekend. For me, Wednesdays were always shrouded by feelings…Keep reading
Putting myself out there and being open about my cancer journey is different for me. I went through my treatment having two separate sides of my life; my “average” life, and my cancer life. The Cancer Yogi is my pursuit in blending the two sides of myself. I think that when we go through something…Keep reading
Valentine’s Day is often thought of as a day for couples and focusing on the love you have for others. However, we also need to turn our attention inside and focus on the love we have for ourselves. Self-love is becoming more rare as our society focuses on careers, responsibilities, and the next best thing.…Keep reading
Since cancer and treatment take a toll on your body, I have heard the title said to me countless times. Something that you view as unrelated, like a sore throat, may be elevated a tad more “due to your medical history”. This may mean a CT scan or MRI, further testing, or extra precautions just…Keep reading
It is a popular thought that yoga helps your mind relax. However, yoga also has some solid benefits for patients recovering from cancer treatment or therapy. I started my yoga journey not specifically knowing about the benefits for cancer patients; when I was younger I always heard of yoga as a gentle, healing practice. I…Keep reading
2020 has been a roller coaster to say the very least. A large portion of the year has been spent in quarantine which we would have never seen coming. We have participated in social issues and politics. To distract us from all of the dire things happening, we have also participated in memes, tik toks,…Keep reading
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