Easing the transition to an extraordinary life

Welcome to our Blog section. We will be posting here regularly and also sharing opinions and experiences from our talented and experienced contributors. We hope you find something here that is similar to what you are going through or coming out of that helps you along your journey to “an extraordinary life.” And maybe you’ll want to Share your own story with the rest of our community.

Amy F. – No Pain, No Gain

No pain, no gain. How many of you have heard that phrase as it relates to your workout? Gotta push those muscles to burn the fat. Work through the pain and you’ll see the results. If it doesn’t hurt, you’re not doing it right. Well, what if we flip that phrase a bit on its View Post >

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service

In the name of our greatest leader for civil rights, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is also now known as a Day of Service. For some people, it’s a holiday and a much-needed day off. For others, it means celebrating the man who made so much possible for so many. And now, gratefully, it is View Post >

The Hidden Costs of Chemo

  Hello friends. Today I’d like to share an article that I wrote which was recently published on Healthline.com about the hidden costs of chemotherapy. If you have just found out that you need treatment, we hope that we can help you navigate through the unexpected costs and give you some resources to ease the View Post >

Perseverance by Amy F.

   Today’s new post from Amy F, our Featured Contributor…     per·se·ver·ance – continued effort to do or achieve something despite difficulties, failure, or opposition Hello followers and sorry that I have been MIA for a while.  I have been going through a pretty rough patch and words of inspiration and/or motivation have not been View Post >

Caregiving Through Mindfulness

  If you take care of a loved one, you know how tough it can be and how it is easy to neglect your own needs. It’s also hard to remember that the person you are caring for is still, in fact, the person they always were, even if they have changed due to their View Post >

A Message from the Editor – 5 Years Today

Hello, friends. Today is a big day for me and my loved ones. This my five year mark of being cancer free. For all cancer patients, making it to five years is a major milestone to a prolonged life without cancer. During the first five years, the chance of recurrence is the highest. Although I View Post >

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