During Breast Cancer Awareness Month you notice tons of pink products, awareness campaigns, and everyone trying to show support for our fight. We all experience a different journey, you see stories from all different stages for woman & men who are battling the same fight.
What we all have in common is Breast Cancer, even though we might all experience it through different lenses. Some of us have a short journey while others like myself sadly are facing death.
Together we face breast cancer and we ask the world to stand by our sides no matter the stage or the journey. We all experience many of the same emotions in different ways.
So ... as Breast Cancer Awareness Month winds down our advocacy efforts will continue and we all need to unite and fight this terrible disease together. One disease which we all face so differently, let share by sharing this hashtag #OneDiseaseBC
Check out the Underbelly’s amazing blog about #OneDiseaseBC and help all of us all share our fight. Click the button below!
Have you noticed I have not posted a blog lately?
It's ironically because its Breast Cancer Awareness Month (BCAM), so why have I not posted a blog during Pink October?
I have been fortunate to be able to help be apart of several projects and events this Pink October.
Social Media has also been my focus this BCAM. If you have noticed I have been sharing MBC facts and tips, because I have to believe that awareness might educate more people about Metastatic Breast Cancer (MBC). More awareness can help drive more research dollars! (We can only hope!)
I have been to...
Featured in The Breast Cancer Research Instagram take over. Check out BCRF's Instagram account HERE
And on a unrelated note I saw Mariah Carey and her crew which was a special treat but always very exhilarating.
Breast Cancer Survivors & Thrivers Steelers Field Walk
Breast Cancer Awareness Show (stay tuned!)
Come hear me speak at Community Navigators Happy Hour Fundraiser Learn More
Its been an crazy month so far! Thankfully, I have been well enough to keep up with the pace. If anyone asked me this past August if I would be able to accomplish everything I have done this month, I would of thought you were crazy! Its a prime example how fast my MBC can change and why its so hard for me to plan ahead. You really never know what 30 days from now can bring but I do know I’m feeling good and I’m thankful I’m bouncing back!