No, these products won’t cure you. But I’ve found them to ease some of the side effect of treatment. Some of them make life for cancer cells a bit more miserable (which I admit, puts a sinister smile on my face). Plus, I’ll donate 10% of the proceeds I make from your purchase to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Take a look, kick some tires, read my reviews, reach out if you have questions. Then by all means, shop, shop, shop.
What People Say About Me
“Love your blog, Liz. You are an amazing writer, and I give you credit for speaking so positively and profoundly. Thinking of you and wishing you the best.”Tracy
“Keep on finding your way – and helping the rest of us in the process. You rock, girlfriend.”Kim
“Admiring the time and energy you put into your site and in depth information you offer. It’s nice to come across a blog every once in a while that isn’t the same out of date rehashed information. Fantastic read! I’ve bookmarked your site and I’m including your RSS feeds to my Google account”Wpaccount7778
“It’s an honor to feature you and your wonderful writing on my blog. Thank you for sharing your voice.”Nancyspoint
“I thoroughly enjoyed reading your responses. I share many of your sentiments, not least of which is that it’s not really possible to ever escape from cancer. You are a terrific writer. Thanks for sharing.”Jneurms
“I love the metaphor of cancer as a shadow, never leaving, always there, yet silent. Giving myself the heebee-jeebees over here. I really enjoyed learning more about you. Love and light to you.”Abigail Johnston
“Thank you for sharing. I really enjoyed getting to know a little about you! As you can see I’m a bit late in reading other bloggers blogs. X”Julia
“Love love love love love this. Thank you.”Ferriswheel04
“This is such beautiful and inspiring writing, Liz. And the connection you write about is such an astute reminder for us all. Thank you.”Nancy
“Blessings to you and your family, Liz.”Charlene McCaw
Who am I?
I started this blog in 2011, when I was breast cancer’s newest recruit. I aimed to tell the tale of a bystander drawn into a conflict she had no connection to, no passion for, no interest in – but that drafted her anyway and how she managed to make it home. Unfortunately, the journey was a dark one which I believe is better kept to myself.