It’s Spring and a good time to give back to the community that helped me through my own breast cancer experience.
Chances are you know someone with cancer. Here’s what to do or not to do when someone gets a devastating diagnosis.
I’m taking the Forget for a Moment Makeover for 15 women going through breast cancer online for 2021. It will take place during October, Breast Cancer Awareness month.
I’m honoured to introduce to you the woman behind the Heidi swing top. Meet Heidi Bauer, a strong and unwavering support in the breast cancer community.
I’m picking colours for the new Joy phone pocket pant. It’ll be going into production in August and I’ll need to order fabric soon. And, you know, I always like to get your input.
When you hear the news that someone you know has cancer or other illness, it’s difficult to know what to do, so sometimes we do nothing…
Denise Corbett has struggled with the notion of waging a war on cancer since her own journey with breast cancer.
“In my eagerness to create a legacy of some kind, sometimes I need to remind myself that just BEING and not always DOING is okay too.” ~ Vesna Zic-Cotê
Maxine Valiquette passed away peacefully on July 17, 2020 at the tender age of 51. She had metastatic breast cancer. She was a role model in all ways possible, and a strong believer in integrative cancer care.