Monthly Archives: March 2010

Giving Up Cancer for Lent: What’s on my face?

Okay… so I have been falling a little behind. Yesterday was supposed to be the start of week four but I had a few more things about lifestyle/environment I wanted to research so week four will have to wait until … Continue reading

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Giving Up Cancer for Lent: Plastics

There are certain things in a marriage that are best left alone… certain things the two parties just do not agree on. One of those things in our household is plastics in the microwave. I know it is easier to … Continue reading

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Giving Up Cancer for Lent: On the right track…

Today I decided to investigate the medical side of this journey. I saw my family doctor this morning and I learned one very important thing. I am apparently on the right track. It was nice to hear. You can’t measure … Continue reading

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Is green grass really worth it?

I think I am over the ‘I want Daddy’ thing already. As I write this, Little Dude is standing at the top of the stairs, nearly an hour after I put him to bed, calling out ‘I want Daddy.’ I’m … Continue reading

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Slipping Away Already…

I have decided to forgo the topic of cancer for a day. It is a bit all consuming and, since it was a beautiful day, I have decided to just live my life for a day and avoid the analyzing. … Continue reading

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Sunny day… and starry night…

There are no simple answers when it comes to preventing cancer. Despite years of research and a seemingly bottomless pit of funding of money, we still know very little about the causes of cancer. I thought today’s post was going … Continue reading

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Week Three: Cancer free products

I fear I am about to descend into a rant. For that, I apologize. This a start of another new Lenten week here at (Mis)Adventures. That means a whole new area of my life to examine and revamp. This week … Continue reading

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Physical Activity Week Round Up…

I left the blogging a little late tonight. I’ve been distracting myself playing games on my computer rather than doing anything meaningful. That said, enjoying a little alone time when there are no children to make demands on me is … Continue reading

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Tired of the pain of cancer…

I got a stark reminder today of the reason why I gave up cancer for Lent. It causes too much pain and too much grief. I got news this morning a friend just found out both her parents have cancer. … Continue reading

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Active Living… or not.

Here’s a sobering figure… the World Health Organization says at least 60% of the world’s population does not meet the minimum recommendation for physical activity. Considering that recommendation is only 30 minutes of moderate activity a day, that’s pretty depressing. … Continue reading

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