lifestyle

When someone says “cancer treatment”, I’ll bet you staying active isn’t one of the things that comes to mind. But what I’ve found through my own personal cancer journey is that staying active can actually help you get through treatment. Yes, it can be difficult, but it’s worth it. I’ve experience severe Chemo Brain, and […] Read more…

For those of you who Bullet Journal, there are things you definitely need to keep track of during your chemo treatment. I didn’t bullet journal back then, but I did keep track of everything in a small 5″ x 8″ binder. It may be a bit tedious, but your doctor will thank you. So will all […] Read more…

Valentine’s Day is around the corner, and now that New Year’s is officially, well, so last year, you’ve got some time to plan something for your significant other. While I’m a believer in “it’s the thought that counts”, Valentine’s Day has taken the “thought” out of almost everything these days. If you’re not into the commercialization of […] Read more…

What is a Dark-Sky Reserve I had never heard of a Dark-Sky Reserve until a couple days ago. A Dark-Sky Reserve is a protected, designated area with limited to no light pollution. They are areas dedicated to scientific study, educational awareness, and public enjoyment. If you’re into stargazing and astronomy, it’s the perfect place to get […] Read more…

The Northern Lights, also known as the Aurora Borealis, is an amazing phenomenon! The closer you get to Earth’s northern pole, the greater your chances of seeing the Northern Lights. True, there are other countries (Canada, Norway, Denmark, etc.) where you get the greatest amount of aurora. However, there are several places within the United […] Read more…

Winter has hit, and there’s nothing worse than getting stuck in the snow and ice when you’re on a back road or outside of civilization. Winter may not be such a big deal to some of the southern states, but if you live some place where snow and ice are a fact of life, then […] Read more…

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