The things you do in your everyday life can have a positive affect on your well-being.
Henry Ford once said, “Whether you think you can, or think you can’t, you’re right.” He was right!


We don’t live to eat, we eat to live. What you eat may lead to breast cancer and death.

Faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see. Make it a habit.

Our two HooHahs, Big White Pyres, who are supposed to hate water. They enjoyed playing in the overflow from our pond after the massive storm hit recently. Notice my new greenhouse?

As many of you know, I attended a Healing Touch, Healing Beyond Borders class over the weekend. It took me a few days to put my thoughts together, and frankly, to recover from all the energy, emotion and inspiration that were packed into those two 10-hour days.

What an amazing experience! I would recommend that everyone take Level One. It is such a simple concept, and one that many of us already use without knowing what it is or why we do it. Continue reading…

I Love My BioMat!

This BioMat has been invaluable to my healing! I spend an hour or two on it each day and I cannot tell you how it helps my bones. It supports the immune system, improves my sleep, increases my tissue oxygen and provides such great muscle relaxation. I recommend it!  The core of the Richway BioMat technology is a combination of far infrared rays, negative ion and the conductive properties of amethyst channels.

Does Drinking This Cause Breast Cancer?

Some studies say yes. Click to read more.

Best Way to Beat BC is To Not Get It!

We “Eat to Live,” Not “Live to Eat.”

This is what happens when God shows up. We’re all given a gift. It’s up to us what we decide to do with it. Go see this movie – and take a friend!


“It’s beautifully shot. … And it’s impossible not to recognize the skill and power of the way the filmmakers tell their story.” Read More Here


“It looks like a big budget Hollywood movie and has a message that is both relevant and needed. … It’s inspiring entertainment for the whole family.” Read More Here

FOOD-U-CATE!  Fooducate automatically grades foods and beverage on a scale from A to D. There are 10 distinct grades: A, A-, B+, B, B-, C+, C, C-, D+, D.

Fooducate’s  algorithm is based on information that is publicly available on a product’s package: the nutrition facts panel and the ingredient list. We do not receive any additional information from manufacturers.

When mystery writer David Rosenfelt and his family moved from Southern California to Maine, he thought he had prepared for everything. They had mapped the route, brought three GPSs for backup, as well as refrigerators full of food, and stoves and microwaves on which to cook them…

Meta Resources

Resources dedicated solely to the needs of people living with metastatic breast cancer.  Here you will find links to online resources, information about research and treatments, and the perspectives of Musa Mayer, long-time advocate and author.

Info and Support

A variety of services and programs for patients and their families, helping people get well, stay well, by finding cures, and by fighting back. Many free services, confidential support through education, referrals and counseling services. They can help with fertility preservation information, financial, insurance, job concerns, counseling, treatment concerns, etc.

Financial Information

Information and resources on cancer-related legal issues to cancer survivors, caregivers, employers, and others coping with cancer, patient Services, mediation and negotiation to remove obstacles to healthcare including access to care.

Emotional Support

To improve the lives of individuals and families affected by hereditary breast and ovarian cancer. Peer-support help-lines, referrals to resources and has various helpful documents and publications. Info on free professional support services including counseling, education, financial assistance, and  practical help to people with cancer and their loved ones. Info on one-to-one support.

The History Of LAFF

When diagnosed with Stage IV breast cancer in December of 2013, my world was rocked to the core. Rather than letting cancer define and defeat me, I decided to fight. With my husband as my advocate and head cheerleader, I proceeded to make some huge changes in my life. Keep reading…


The Future Of LAFF?

Becky’s Cafe?



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