Thursday, September 12, 2019

Sixty By Sixty

 Hello Everyone. Here I am again!! I have been quiet and MIA from here, but make NO mistake I have been working hard on self care, and connecting my mind, body and spirit.

I want to thank you for the enormous feed back and positive comments on my last post regarding my second weight loss journey.  If you did not catch it - you can do so here -->  "My Big Confession."

So let me bring you up to date.  Well, before I do that let me just go back a little bit.  Seven years ago today September 12th, I had lost 113 pounds.  This reversed all my illnesses (diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure) for which I used to take up to five different medications.
I became the Healthy Girl.

Monday, May 6, 2019

A Decade - 10 Year Cancerversary

My GYN-Onclogist, Dr. Jason D. Wright and me.

It has been a decade since I was declared Cancer FREE.  What a blessing - I give thanks to the creator of all things.  I am grateful to be here and I am grateful for these past 10 years.

I want to thank so many people - the list is so long, but you know who you are. You all play a role in taking me to where I stand now - small role or big role - it doesn't matter, I am grateful for you all.  Thank you for the bottom of my heart.  

Please continue to read my post posted on Cervivor.

With all my love,


Wednesday, May 1, 2019

May - An Emotional Roller-Coaster Month

I cannot believe it is May already.  We are entering the 5th month of the year and we are 121/365 days down.  WOW! time flies.  May for me is kind of an emotional roller coaster month.

Monday, April 22, 2019

My Big Confession

On September 12th, 2019, it will be seven years since I lost 113 pounds.  It is amazing to me how time flies. I still remember how I felt, like if it was yesterday.

I was Free. 
Free from Cancer. 
Free from Obesity. 
Free from Medications.

Monday, April 15, 2019

Self-Care Practices You Need to Fit into Your Fitness Routine

Are you struggling to stick to your fitness routine? Perhaps you’re working out and eating right but still not feeling as good as you thought you would. If that’s the case, you’re not alone. If you’ve been spending time in the gym and counting calories but still aren’t reaching your goals, the answer might be found in your self-care routine. As it turns out, if you’re not taking time for self-care, then you may be sabotaging your fitness goals and your overall well-being.

Most people struggle with self-care to some degree. If you’ve been guilty of not prioritizing time for yourself, don’t fret. Here are four easy ways to practice self-care so you can stick to your fitness and diet goals: