A time to remember

It’s another Christmas, another year on to reflect and remember Shelli. I thought it would get easier but as others who have lost a loved one will understand, it doesn’t. I spent time flicking through Shell’s facebook page looking for a post, and my!!, such memories, such awesome messages from friends that I have missed and never …

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Beware of the toys

Where there’s kids, toys are the main feature of the day but beware of the danger. Many accidents involving toys occur when people trip over them, especially Christmas Day when presents are scattered everywhere. Patients undergoing cancer treatment are more at risk for osteoporosis and bones weakened from metastatic cancer can break or fracture. Extreme care …

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Have a good laugh

People are busy Christmas shopping, parties and meeting up with friends. There’s so much going on around us but you’re tired and fatigued, sick of treatment and would love to join in all the fun.  It’s tempting to sulk in discouragement. But don’t let that happen. The joy you get from laughing with friends or playing …

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Shopping online

If you are fatigued and find the shopping centres too stressful then start your Christmas shopping online NOW to make sure your purchases arrive before Christmas. Check delivery cut off times before purchasing. It’s also a great way to fill your time in comfort at home with no Christmas crowds, frustrated staff and avoiding being run …

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