Cancer Recovery “Life & Style” Survey: Please Participate!

Welcome! Thanks for participating. The survey is short (5 minutes-promise!)  And if interested, you can enter your name in our drawing to win a special  Thank You gift. Three “survey-ers” will be selected at random to receive a beautiful Wrapped in Love Kimono and a copy of Cancer Be Glammed:The Guide. “Take Charge of Your Recovery with Confidence,... Read More »

5 Great Breast Cancer Blogs

Breast Cancer Blogs are a great source of information, support, and shared cancer experiences. Here are 5 of our favorite cancer recovery blogs and resources. What blogs do find helpful? Comment below!  Living Beyond Breast Cancer: LBBC aims to help people whose lives have been impacted by breast cancer by providing programs, services, and resources... Read More »

Ugly, Old Mastectomy Bras: Burn-Baby-Burn!

The bra burnings of the 1960’s were an act of rebellion by women to bring about cultural change. When I unceremoniously roasted my own mastectomy bras years ago, this was my purpose as well. While on a much smaller scale and through humor, I wanted to spark change in the cancer recovery world. Breast cancer... Read More »

Body Rolls and Muffin Tops: Cancer Weight Gain

For some types of cancer, surgery and treatment can cause weight gain. Certain chemotherapy drugs, surgically-induced menopause, and hormone therapy are a few of the reasons that scale needle starts trending upward. During my treatment for breast cancer, I gained fifteen pounds from chemotherapy. A few more, after I had my ovaries removed and I... Read More »

Cancer Be Glammed Holiday: Survivor Inspired Gifts

Holiday gift giving is challenging at the best of times. Finding a gift for that special someone who is undergoing cancer treatment can be even harder. Yes, there are the usual beloved-yet-obvious choices: a great scarf, eye-catching jewelry, or an e-companion. This year though, let Cancer Be Glammed help you think outside of the box.... Read More »

The Diamond Declaration

Diamonds – I’ve always loved them. Don’t get me wrong, but I used to be a gold girl, too. When I was a young girl, I wore my “s” chains and gold studs, eventually graduating to tiny small gold hoops and then to gold dangly chain loops. I always thought that diamonds were for the... Read More »