To know Dana, is to love her. Her story, her personality, and her pure heart is a recipe for the most beautful soul, and Dana has it.
I want to be open about the dark thoughts that come along with bearing an illness for so long. Over 14 years of fighting these diseases and the symptoms that come along with them.
I met powerhouses Alyse and Lexi over social media. I was lucky and blessed to be able to get to know them a bit more when I was chosen as one of their DreamWalker's this past September at New York Fashion Week. They are genuine, inspiring, and fabulous ladies with hearts of gold. Thank you… Continue reading Meet the founders of The DreamWalk Fashion Show
As I was reading this story I had that aha! moment. The moment you know that your old way of thinking is no longer working for you. For so long the purpose of Fabulously Fighting has been to help as many people as possible. To help the masses in the cancer community and beyond. This way of thinking… Continue reading Be a Starfish
Starting the new year I wanted to mix things up and create content that gets you motivated and inspired. I looked at the most viewed and liked content I put up on my blog and one very popular segment was highlighting Fabulous Ladies! So instead of recipe Friday, I am changing it to Fabulous Lady… Continue reading Fabulous Lady Friday
We wait all year for the magic to appear. The wrestling of the packages, the smell of hot chocolate and candy canes, the traditions old and new. The magic that fills the air and the love that fills our hearts. Tonight as the clock pushes forward to Christmas Day, let us all be thankful for the… Continue reading Thankful, Grateful, Blessed
There is no time better than in this moment, the season of giving. Lets all give the gift of making a better today.
I can't tell you how many times I have heard, "I can't wait for this season to be over." or "It's almost over, thank God." Why are we wishing away the holiday's? Why is it that something that should be so much fun and fulfilling - giving gifts to others - can be so stressful,… Continue reading Stress and Agony wrapped under the tree
This article has been on my mind for some time now. I have started it many times and deleted. I have revised it, then deleted it. Today I questioned why this has been so hard for me, and like a bolt of lightening the answer was, fear of judgement. When you are a writer you… Continue reading Are you having a Faith Crisis?
This past week I wrote a post on Facebook that I was finally able to go out of the house after 4 days of dealing with kidney stones. Quite a few people responded with love and wished me well. But one person messaged me and although wishing me well, said- “I’m so sorry your ALWAYS sick.” I… Continue reading Tis the season for words that mean well, but hurt……