Today we are doing a round-up of the week’s posts – in case you missed any of them. Have you got time to grab a cuppa and sit down for a read?
6 ways to deal with fears after treatment is over
Dealing with fears after treatment is over can be particularly hard. You’re no longer in the embrace of your hospital or treatment centre. They’ve waved you off into the sunset with promises of appointment letters in the future. Your little boat is released from the mother ship and you sail away on your own. And boy, it can be a scary time. Click here to read the rest of this post.
Out the Other Side: Stories of Breast Cancer Survival
A few years ago the Marie Keating Foundation partnered with Roche on a campaign and a booklet called Out The Other Side: Stories of Breast Cancer Survival. The initiative aimed to offer encouragement to cancer survivors and also those living with cancer. We felt it was worth re-sharing here on Happy Magazine for all of those going through cancer treatment right now, who may not have seen this a few years ago. If you are in need of some encouragement for your own cancer journey today, we recommend spending some time reading this. Click here to read the rest of this post.
Happy Valentine’s Day! From Happy Magazine
We brought you some creative and affordable ideas on how to make Valentine’s Day a special day for you and your loved ones during the week. We hope you enjoyed them and gave one of them a try 🙂 Here they are again if you missed the post – there’s always tonight! Click here to read the rest of this post.
Energy-boosting green smoothie
Eva from The Healthy Tart joined us during the week with a delicious and healthy recipe for an energy-boosting green smoothie. If you’re in need of a burst of vitamins, why not give this a whirl? Click here to read the rest of this post.
Yoga For Breast Cancer: Supplementing Medical Treatment With Yoga For Breast Cancer Survivors
A friend of Happy Magazine sent us this lovely yoga sequence especially for people going through or recovering from breast cancer treatment. 60 minutes long with 35 poses, it would make a lovely home workout. Click here to read the rest of this post.
Save the date! Daffodil Day is Friday, 23 March 2018
On Daffodil Day, thousands of volunteers take to the streets selling flowers and daffodil pins to collect funds for the fight against cancer. Many other people organise coffee mornings and other fundraising events in their homes, local communities, and workplaces. Click here to read the rest of this post.