I knew a bad day was coming but I couldn’t find a way to stop it

The morning after is always hard. Physically and mentally drained from the crying, the overthinking and the negativity. Not knowing what kind of day today will pan out to be but absolutely desperate for it not to be the same as yesterday.  But if I’m not careful, the replaying of negative thoughts begin all over… Continue reading I knew a bad day was coming but I couldn’t find a way to stop it

Running Britain’s Ocean City Half Marathon for #MyChemoHero

Two months ago today I made a pledge… I pledged and committed to run the Britain’s Ocean City Half Marathon for #MyChemoHero Joanna Terrell.  This was my way of showing my support to Jo, it has been a chance to raise funds for cancer patients and most importantly, this campaign has been an opportunity to… Continue reading Running Britain’s Ocean City Half Marathon for #MyChemoHero

Pals shave off hair and set up an awareness campaign in support of friends undergoing cancer treatment

When 28 year old Mark O’Kane, recently posted a video on his Facebook page, documenting the latest side effects he was experiencing from his cancer treatment, he wasn’t expecting the response his video received. Diagnosed with testicular cancer last Christmas, Mark has been making regular videos to share his latest news of his diagnosis, to… Continue reading Pals shave off hair and set up an awareness campaign in support of friends undergoing cancer treatment