Sunday 19th February 2017,
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Where I am at, in my head

A shit-ton of things changed in my life since my last post. And yes, a shit-ton is an official weight. I got a new job For one thing: I got a new job. I am now the communications director for [...]

March 28, 2014 Movement, Surviving
Me jumping for joy at being asked to host TEDxWomen in Sacramento.

Special certificate: brain cancer

In 2013 I celebrated my five-year cancer-versary (anniversary of the date one is diagnosed with cancer). In early 2014 I will celebrate the five-year anniversary of my second craniotomy. In this medical world–this crazy, crazy, world–professional patients like me celebrate [...]

December 18, 2013 Surviving

Redefining the support group: my TEDx talk

Here’s a little something different: instead of a blog post, watch this video of me talking about my brain cancer experience. The moral of the story is you. Yes, you. This was recorded on April 18, 2013 as part of [...]

June 8, 2013 In Treatment, Newly Diagnosed, Surviving

How to participate in the #btsm tweet chat

NOTE: This post has been edited to reflect the most recent details regarding the #BTSM tweet chat. The “Brain Tumor Social Media” Twitter community successfully organized its first “tweet chat” in 2013. The chat was so successful that Cure Today’s [...]

May 26, 2013 Surviving

Survivorship strategy: distract yourself

Take a load off. Watching a video like this helps me to stop worrying about myself and puts the world in perspective. The universe is far beyond my own terrestrial problems.   View from the ISS at Night from Knate Myers [...]

July 22, 2012 Surviving

Not a pretty sight

I have long held the belief that New Year Resolutions were stupid, because if you really want to do something, why let the year you begin hold you back? I am now going against that belief because, for some reason, [...]

January 3, 2012 Surviving