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Buen Camino

Peeling back the onion on a once-in-a-lifetime experience is complicated. My husband and I returned from Spain two weeks ago and a common question is, “So, how was it?” My answer was never what I wanted, but what can you expect from a hallway conversation or brief encounter when you don’t know if they really […]

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Waiting

As winter lingers and snow showcases a white crystalline landscape all around me, I become mindful of waiting. Some of my midwest friends are sick of winter and others are taking a midnight walk to enjoy the snowy magnificence that has enveloped us. Some are counting the days until spring and others refuse to wait […]

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Jeffery’s Signature

I hadn’t really thought about it until I happened upon a homeless San Francisco man last week. A signature is an artistic statement of personal identification. It was a Wednesday afternoon and I had stepped outside to enjoy the January “winter” air in San Francisco, reveling in the 60 degree break from Chicago’s polar vortex. […]

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4 Stages of Pink

While developing a new program, “Beyond Pink,” I came to a personal realization.   Like Elisabeth Kübler-Ross‘ five stages of grief, I’ve moved through four distinct emotional stages of pink.   Kuber-Ross outlined a series of emotional stages for death and dying: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance.  While researching the history of pink for a presentation at […]

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Custom Fit

Over a quarter century ago I tried playing golf, but was too close to my Division I competitive decompression to appreciate what the game had to offer. I engaged my personal pause button on the game and said I’d pick it up when I was 50.  Little did I know two things back then.  First, […]

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Getting Organized After Cancer – 5 Tips to Get You Started

So much attention is given to you at diagnosis and during treatment. Not as much when you finish your treatment and are attempting to regain your life. But that is about to change. By January 1, 2015 all accredited local community cancer programs must provide cancer patients with a survivorship plan when treatment is completed. […]

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